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Comic and cartoon mascots and other symbolic emblems were everywhere. The examples below are among the those that were sanctioned, worn in addition to the more traditional division badges and patches. These come from a 1943 Army Officers Manual

Airborne Logos

Comic and cartoon mascots and other symbolic emblems were everywhere. The examples below are among the those that were sanctioned, worn in addition to the more traditional division badges and patches. These come from a 1943 Army Officers Manual

United States Planes in World War II. Illus by Herbert Townsend, from America, the Story of Our Country, 1951

United States Planes in World War II. Illus by Herbert Townsend, from America, the Story of Our Country, 1951 - (which one is the one Stark flew in Captain America I?

Comic and cartoon mascots and other symbolic emblems were everywhere. The examples below are among the those that were sanctioned, worn in addition to the more traditional division badges and patches. These come from a 1943 Army Officers Manual

Airborne Logos

Proving you get your inspiration from anywhere, this is just one set of US Army Air Force squadron logos from a brilliant piece by Steven Heller for Print

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Nerf Design and Packaging

Comic and cartoon mascots and other symbolic emblems were everywhere. The examples below are among the those that were sanctioned, worn in addition to the more traditional division badges and patches. These come from a 1943 Army Officers Manual

Airborne Logos

Comic and cartoon mascots and other symbolic emblems were everywhere. The examples below are among the those that were sanctioned, worn in addition to the more traditional division badges and patches. These come from a 1943 Army Officers Manual

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