36th Infantry Division United States

"Lone Star Division" or "Panther Division" The 36th Division insignia consisting of an olive drab "T" on a blue flint arrowhead was adopted in 1918. In World War I, the division was organized from National Guard units of Oklahoma and Texas; the flint arrowhead represents the State of Oklahoma (once the Indian Territory), and the "T" is for Texas.

Arrived European Theatre of Operations on 15 August 1944

Arrived Continent 15 August 1944 and entered combat 15 August 1944. 

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