Two Army Regimental Collar Insignia WW I - ca 1917
Two Army 303rd Field Artillery Regiment Collar Insignia badges issued during the WW 1 period. They attach through uniform material with a screw and nut. The 303rd Field Artillery Regiment was stationed out of Fort (Camp) Devens, Mass. Camp Devens opened formally in September 1917, and the men were drafted from throughout New England. These collar insignia were worn by Sgt. William F. Baron.
Sgt. William F. Baron.; Donated Feb.22, 1978.
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