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Embroidered iron on patches for US Army Veterans

Embroidered US Army patches from TheCheapPlace. Support our Army and honor our troops. We have a best selection of United States Army patches which we dedicated to US Military. Here’s something new and good quality embroidered army patches for your clothes. You can make these patches as awesome gifts for veterans. These badges are sewn on or Iron on applications. Browse our Army patches category and place your orders. We ship them out the same day.

Sniper Rocker Patch | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99
101st Airborne Patch | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99
Combat Action Badge Patch | US Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99
173rd Airborne Patch | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $4.99
Duty Honor Country Red Patch | US Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99
First Sergeant Army Patch
    $5.99$3.99
Master Sergeant Army Patch
    $5.99$3.99
Sergeant Army Patch
    $4.99
Staff Sergeant Army Patch
    $4.99
Sergeant First Class Army Patch
    $4.99$3
Private First Class Patch Army
    $3.99$3
Private Patch Army
    $3.99$3
Corporal Army Patch
    $3.99
Green Grenade Patch
    $3.99$3
Proud Army Wife Patch
    $3.99
Commando Patch
    $3.99
Rangers Lead The Way Patch
    $3.99
Iraqi Freedom Army Vet Patch Round | US Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99$3
Vietnam Veteran Army Patch Rect | US Military Vietnam Veteran Patches
    $3.99
US Army Green Stamp Patch | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99$3
Bomb Squad Patch | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99
Scout Patch | US Marine Corps Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99
Special Forces Patch | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99$3
Airborne Small Rocker Patch | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99$3
Officer Patch White | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99
Lieutenant Patch | US Army Military Veteran Patches
    $3.99

US army patches

US army patches date back to 1942 or before and many of their origins are now unknown, but they are clearly symbolic, for example a knife represented clandestine operations.  Not all of them received official approval but they were adopted locally to inform others covertly of the wearers, affiliations.  The famous 'victory patch' was created for personnel involved in fundraising campaigns using live weaponry to denote the military strength of the US Army.  In 1945 an earlier Hungarian Allied Control Council shield design was adapted as a US army patch by the addition of gold lettering; while later in 1945 the Trieste white fleur-de-lys design on a red shield was taken up by officers and enlisted men to identify American troops serving in that area of north-east Italy.

A vast array of US army patches exists and these were a great source of pride and accomplishment for soldiers helping to create brotherhood and solidarity and in the post-war years, this did not change.  Nowadays US army patches are worn to express that continuing sense of national pride.