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ww1 overseas chevron
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Attached is small notice that appeared in the Doughboy newspaper, THE STARS & STRIPES; it named the three American officers who served "over there" long enough to be granted the adornment of a fourth overseas chevron. Each gold wire chevron, worn on the lower left cuff (see the officer's cuff pictured above), represented a single six month period served in theater; the vast majority of A.E.F. uniforms had anywhere between one and three sewn in place.

Another article about over-seas chevrons may be read here...

     


A Fourth Overseas Chevron for Some  (The Stars and Stripes, 1919)

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