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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Patch



Another variation of the USA-ETO patch. Fully embroidered in silk threads. Removed from uniform with age and light wear.

Code: 55105

12.00 GBP


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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Patch



An English made USA-ETO patch. Removed from uniform with age, service wear and fading.

Code: 55104

10.00 GBP


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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Patch



Another variation of the ETO-USA patch. English made and fully embroidered with some age and wear.

Code: 55103

12.00 GBP


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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Patch



A printed example of the USA-ETO patch in un-issued condition near mint.

Code: 55102

10.00 GBP


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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Patch



An English made variation of the ETO-USA patch. Fully machine embroidered with a border and black back. Un-issued and near mint condition.

Code: 55101

15.00 GBP


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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Patch



Here is an English made ETO-USA patch embroidered on felt with a paste back. In near mint condition.

Code: 55100

12.00 GBP


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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Patch



An ETO-USA standard embroidered patch, cut from a uniform sleeve.

Code: 55099

8.00 GBP


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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Patch



WWII English made ETO-USA patch with attached ADSEC title, fully embroidered example, removed from uniform with some service wear and age.

ADSEC or ADSEC/COMZ represents "The Advance Section, Communications Zone", European Theater of Operations, United States Army (ETOUSA), which was formally activated at Bristol in February 1944. It is commonly referred to as simply "ADSEC". This was a U.S. Army logistical agency, the first on the Continent. Upon its creation ADSEC was attached to the U.S. First Army, and gradually took over the Communications Zone activities. The agency moved forward with the Armies and provided close support. ADSEC provided detail planning for the invasion of Normandy, D-Day.

As such, ADSEC did not have a "base" of operations because this support organization was designed to be on the move continuously. For example, major operations always had a designated "D" day or start date for operations. ADSEC units were moved into operating areas on or several days after a particular "D" day. They stayed until about the D+40, at which time FECOMZ (Forward Echelon, Communications Zone) units would take over. ADSEC units then moved forward to the next "D" location.

Code: 55083

30.00 GBP


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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Bullion Patch



An English made ETO-USA Officer pattern patch in bullion and silk threads. Excellent needlework in this patch. Measures 3 1/2" x 2 1/2"

Code: 55082

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WWII European Theater of Operations USA - Bullion Patch



Here we have another ETO-USA officer quality, English made in bullion and silk threads. used and removed from uniform with age and service wear.

Code: 55080

35.00 GBP


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