World War II history: Communication Zone Personnel
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World War II Forum: Communication Zone Personnel

Posted by: Barry Schauer (barpeg@ThisIsToPreventSpam-609-RemoveThis.msn.com) on 7 Feb 2003 at 5:45:48 PM

I recently acquired an "Ike" jacket with a 3rd Army patch on the right shoulder and an ETO Communication Zone patch on the left.Just wondering what the duties were for Communication Zone personnel.Thanks for any feedback.
Barry Schauer


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