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U.S. Army Artilleryman Sleeve Patch
U.S. Army Artilleryman Sleeve Patch


 
The Field Artillery branch of the Army was founded on November 17, 1775, by the Continental Congress and officially entered service on January 1, 1776. It still exists today, with the home station located at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Members of the Field Artillery are referred to as “redlegs” because during the Civil War they were distinguished by scarlet stripes down the legs of their uniform pants. Harry S. Truman was a redleg, and the only redleg to become President. We have just purchased a small quantity of United States Army Artilleryman sleeve patches, which were used in the 1920’s just after World War I. Round in shape with an insignia of two crossed field guns proudly displayed, this sleeve patch measures 2.5 inches and is in near mint condition.
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