U.S. WWII 6th Infantry Division Shoulder Patch – Red Star
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New Made Item: Top quality embroidery. The 6th Infantry Division was a unit of the United States Army in World War I, World War II, and the last years of the Cold War. Known as “Red Star”, and formerly called the “Sight Seein’ Sixth”.
2.25″ (point to point)
World War II combat chronicle:
The division moved to Hawaii in July and August 1943 to assume defensive positions on Oahu, training meanwhile in jungle warfare. It moved to Milne Bay, New Guinea, 31 January 1944, and trained until early June 1944. The division first saw combat in the Toem-Wakde area of Dutch New Guinea, engaging in active patrolling 1418 June, after taking up positions 614 June. Moving west of Toem, it fought the bloody Battle of Lone Tree Hill, 2130 June, and secured the Maffin Bay area by 12 July.
After a brief rest, the division made an assault landing at Sansapor, 30 July, on the Vogelkop Peninsula. The 6th secured the coast from Cape Waimak to the Mega River and garrisoned the area until December 1944.
The division landed at Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, in the Philippines on D-day, 9 January 1945, and pursued the Japanese into the Cabanatuan hills, 1721 January, capturing Muñoz on 7 February. On 27 January, Special Operations units also attached to the Sixth United States Army took part in the Raid at Cabanatuan. The division…