Mouwembleem 38th Air Defence Artillery Brigade (Sleeve badge 38th Air Defence Artillery Brigade) 1950s

post war issue

€ 5,00

The 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade is an inactivated United States Army unit which provided air defense for South Korea. Based at Osan Air Base from 25 May 1961 until 31 July 1981, its last assignment was as a major subordinate command in the Eighth United States Army.

At the time of the United States' entry into World War II, the 38th Coastal Artillery Brigade was located in Camp Stewart, Georgia, (now Fort Stewart) and was deployed in the European Theater.

It underwent another reorganization in September 1943, when it became Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 38th Anti-Aircraft Brigade. The 38th Anti-Aircraft Brigade earned campaign streamers for participation in theNormandy, Ardennes-Alsace, Rhineland, Northern France and Central Europe Campaigns. At the end of the war (1945), the 38th Anti-Aircraft Brigade was inactivated in Germany.

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