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American Expeditionary Forces, A. E. F.

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This was a recruiting poster, click here to see an image of it which I "borrowed from eBay. Most of the patches here were sent to me by Philip L. KRUG and son,Geoffrey P. KRUG (great-grand nephew of Pauline Waring HERRICK, a Member of the YMCA AEF Relief Commission Brest, France) unless otherwise noted. I will try to "borrow" some from eBay in order to complete the poster.

1917 -  DISTINCTIVE INSIGNIA   - 1919
UNITED STATES ARMY

General Headquarters, G. H. Q.

American Expeditionary Forces, A. E. F.

ARMIES

1st

2nd

3rd

CORPS

1st Corps

2nd Corps

3rd Corps

4th Corps

5th Corps

6th Corps

7th Corps

8th Corps

9th Corps

DIVISIONS

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

10th

11th

12th

13th

14th

18th

19th
This is a variation. eBay

26th

27th

28th

29th

30th

31st

32nd

33rd

34th

35th

36th

37th

38th

40th
reproduction? from eBay

41st

42nd

76th

77th
reproduction? from eBay

78th

79th
reproduction? from eBay

80th

81st

82nd

83rd

84th

85th

86th
reproduction? from eBay

87th

88th

89th


90th


91st
eBay


92nd


93rd


SPECIALS UNITS

Central Records Office

Thanks to: ron1918@netzero.net  

Railheads Regulating Service

2nd Corps School

3rd Corps School

Army Artillery School

Service of Supply

Advance Section Service of Supply

Army Postal Service

District of Paris

13th Engineers

Camouflage Corps


Tank Corps

Chemical Warfare Service
eBay

Liaison Service

Ambulance Service

Reserve Mallet



North Russian Expedition
  
reproduction? from eBay





Motor Transport ?


Camp Pontanezen

FROM THE RECRUITING OFFICER
End of poster.
Images listed below where not on the above poster:

Air Service
 

Siberian
eBay

Polar Bear - Russian Expedition
eBay

European Headquarter - European Theater Of Operations
eBay

3rd Army Tank Corps 
eBay

3rd Corps
eBay

2nd Division
eBay

89th Division - Sanitary Train
eBay


Organization of  American Expeditionary Forces, AEF (the U. S. ARMY):

General Headquarters (Gen. Hdqtrs. or GHQ)

1st, 2nd and 3rd Armies

I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, and X Corps

Divisions

Special Units: Air Service (Aviation Force or Corps), First Marine Aviation Force, Tank Corps (The 301st Tank Battalion was the 1st to reach France.), Motor Transport Corps, Signal Corps, Ordinance Corps, Trench Mortar Service, Camouflage Corps, Quartermaster Corps, Corps of Engineers, Service of Supply (Advance Section Service of Supply), Chemical Warfare Service, Ambulance Service, Hospital Corps, Army Postal Service (a.k.a., Postal Express Service), Railheads Regulating Service, Railway Artillery Reserve, Liaison Service, District of Paris - United States Liaison Services to French Army, Central Records Office, Camp Pontanezen, North Russian Expedition, Siberian A. E .F., etc.


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