Shoulder sleeve insignia (SSI) are cloth emblems worn on the shoulders of US Army uniforms to identify the primary headquarters to which a soldier is assigned. The SSI of some army divisions have become known in popular culture.
Note: several insignia are of World War II formations.
Note: US infantry divisions were not formed under the following numbers:"53";"54";"56";"57";"58";"60"; "64".
- Brigade insignia of the United States Army
- Miscellaneous shoulder sleeve insignia of the United States Army
Sources & references
- Distinctive Unit Insignia, Coat of Arms, Shoulder Sleeve Insignia
- "Special Designation Listing By Unit Number". United States Army Center of Military History. 1 August 2008. http://www.history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/spdes-123.html. Retrieved 27 October 2008.
- Hesketh, Roger (1999). Fortitude:The D-Day Deception Campaign. St Ermin's Press. ISBN 0-316-85172-8.
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