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506th PIR Patch

506th PIR Patch

The 506th PIR was established in 1942 and is stationed at Camp Toccoa, Georgia. Here it was nicknamed The Currahees, after the mountain Currahee that was located in the training camp. After completing their training, the 506th paratroopers left for England to prepare for war. The 506th PIR was used in three major battles during World War II, namely during Operation Overlord, Operation Market Garden in the Netherlands, and the Battle of the Bulge. During the Second World War, the 506th PIR was commanded by Colonel Robert Sink and therefore the 506th PIR was also referred to as the Five-Oh-Sink.

This beautiful high quality emblem is a 1/1 reproduction from the 506th PIR patch.
Perfect for re-enactment or just to add it to your collection.

Comes in a branded polybag.
High quality embroidery
Size: 10cm widt.

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