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Army Private First Class Chevrons Khaki pair WWII Mediterranean Allied Air Force patch Army Private First Class Chevrons OD pair
Reproduction of US Army Private First Class Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction WWII Mediterranean Allied Air Force patch. 
  • Full machine embroidered on WWII style machines, cut edge. 
  • Size is 3 x 1 3/4 inches. 
  • Listing is for one patch, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Private First Class Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. 
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Army Corporal Class Chevrons Khaki pair Army Technician Fifth Grade Chevrons Silver pair Army Corporal Chevrons OD pair
Reproduction of US Army Corporal Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Technician Fifth Grade Sergeant Chevrons (Silver Grey) 
  • These are excellent reproductions of the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons, that can be used on ALL WWII US ARMY MALE AND FEMALE UNIFORMS: Service coat, Overcoat, Field Jackets, Fatigues, Coveralls, etc. 
  • These were designed to replace the old system of Chevrons.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Corporal Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. 
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Army Sergeant Chevrons Khaki pair Army Technician Fourth Grade Chevrons Silver pair Army Sergeant Chevrons OD pair
Reproduction of US Army Sergeant Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Technician Third Grade Sergeant Chevrons (Silver Grey) 
  • These are excellent reproductions of the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons, that can be used on ALL WWII US ARMY MALE AND FEMALE UNIFORMS: Service coat, Overcoat, Field Jackets, Fatigues, Coveralls, etc. 
  • These were designed to replace the old system of Chevrons.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Sergeant Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. \
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Army Technician 5th Grade fifth Chevrons Khaki pair Army Staff Sergeant Chevrons Khaki pair Army Technician Third Grade Chevrons Silver pair
Reproduction of US Army Technician 5th fifth grade Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  •  These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Staff Sergeant Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Technician Third Grade Sergeant Chevrons (Silver Grey) 
  • These are excellent reproductions of the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons, that can be used on ALL WWII US ARMY MALE AND FEMALE UNIFORMS: Service coat, Overcoat, Field Jackets, Fatigues, Coveralls, etc. 
  • These were designed to replace the old system of Chevrons.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Army Master Sergeant Chevrons Silver pair Army T-5 Techician 5th Grade fifth Chevrons OD pair Army Staff Sergeant Chevrons OD pair
Reproduction of US Army Master Sergeant Chevrons (Silver Grey) These are excellent reproductions of the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons, that can be used on ALL WWII US ARMY MALE AND FEMALE UNIFORMS: Service coat, Overcoat, Field Jackets, Fatigues, Coveralls, etc. 
  • These were designed to replace the old system of Chevrons.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army T-5 Technical 5th Grade, fifth Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. 
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Staff Sergeant Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. 
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Army Technician 4th Grade fourth Chevrons Khaki pair Army T-4 Techician 4th Grade fourth Chevrons OD pair Army First Sergeant with 3 rockers Chevrons Dark Khaki pair
Reproduction of US Army Technician 4th fourth grade Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army T-4 Technical 4th Grade, fourth Chevrons (OD) 
  • These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. 
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army First Sergeant with 3 rockers Chevrons Dark (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms. 
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Army First Sergeant with 2 rockers Chevrons Khaki pair Army Technician 3rd Grade third Chevrons Khaki pair Army Technical Sergeant Chevrons Khaki pair
Reproduction of US Army First Sergeant with 2 rockers Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms. 
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Technician 3rd third grade Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Technical Sergeant Chevrons (Khaki) These are excellent reproductions of "khaki" thread machine-embroidered on a KHAKI backing. 
  • First introduced in 1936 to replace the dark blue background chevrons used up to that point. 
  • These Khaki chevrons were easier to use on Khaki shirts, service jackets, etc., and easier to launder. 
  • They were phased in and lasted throughout the war and into the postwar years, but were officially replaced by the "Silver Grey" on dark blue chevrons. 
  • These can be worn on both Male and Female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Army T-3 Techician 3rd Grade third Chevrons OD pair Army First Sergeant Chevrons OD with 2 rockers pair Army First Sergeant Chevrons OD with 3 rockers pair
Reproduction of US Army T-3 Technical 3rd Grade, third Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. 
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army First Sergeant with 2 rockers Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II.
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army First Sergeant with 3 rockers Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. 
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Army Master Sergeant Chevrons OD pair Army Technical Sergeant Chevrons OD pair WWII AAF Flight Nurse Wing
Reproduction of US Army Master Sergeant Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II.
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of US Army Technical Sergeant Chevrons (OD) These are excellent reproductions of the "Olive Drab" (OD) on dark blue wool chevrons used on all uniforms from the 1920s to after World War II. 
  • These are OD color stripes machine-embroidered on dark blue wool, and can be worn on all uniforms but mainly used on wool shirts, service coats, overcoats, field jackets, etc. 
  • Before 1936 and the adding of Khaki chevrons, these wool-backed chevrons were the only style used (with many variations). 
  • They can be used on male and female uniforms.
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of WWII Army Air Force flight nurse wing, all silver color variation. 
  • 2 inches wide with pin back attachment, wings are made of a silver colored metal. 
  • Listing is for 1, photo shows front and back
WWII US Army Air Force USAAF Chinese Air Force Interpreter tab 1920's-WW2 US Army Air Force unofficial PFC Specialist 5th class 1920's-WW2 US Army Air Force unofficial PFC Specialist 6th class
Reproduction of a WWII US Army Air Force USAAF, Chinese Air Force Interpreter, tab. 
  • Full machine embroidered on WWII style machines, cut edge. 
  • Size is 4 1/4 x 2 inches. 
  • Listing is for one patch, photo shows front and back. 
Reproduction of a 1920's - 1948 unofficial army air corps and army air forces PFC, private first class specialist 5th class chevron. 
  • Machine embroidered green and white thread on dark blue wool back ground.  
  • Size is 3 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches. 
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.
Reproduction of a 1920's - 1948 unofficial army air corps and army air forces PFC, private first class specialist 6th class chevron. 
  • Machine embroidered green and white thread on dark blue wool back ground.  
  • Size is 3 1/4 x 3 3/4 inches. 
  • Listing is for a pair, photo shows front and back.