WW2 31st Division Patch . USP369


U.S. WW2 31st “Dixie” Infantry Division shoulder sleeve insignia.

The 31st Infantry Division (“Dixie”) was an infantry division of the United States Army National Guard, the division saw service in both World War I and World War II.

• Called into federal service: 25 November 1940; Camp Blanding, Florida (National Guard Division from Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi).
• Overseas: 12 March 1944.
• Campaigns: New Guinea, Southern Philippines.
• Distinguished Unit Citations: 1.
• Awards: MH-1; DSC-7; DSM-3; SS-178; LM-11; DFC-1; SM-73; BS-948; AM-77.
• Commanders: Maj. Gen. John C. Persons (25 November 1940 – September 1944), Maj. Gen. Clarence A. Martin (September 1944 to inactivation).
• Returned to U.S.: 12 December 1945.
• Inactivated: 21 December 1945


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