65th Infantry Division United States 

The 65th Infantry Division shoulder patch is a white halbert on a blue shield. The halbert, a sharp pointed battle-ax, was a potent weapon of the 15th Century foot soldier, being suitable either for a powerful cutting smash or a quick thrust. It was selected by Major General S. E. Reinhart, Commanding General of the 65th, as an emblem that would signify both the shock action and the speed of the modern infantry division.

Arrived European Theatre of Operations on 21 January 1945

Arrived Continent 26 January 1945 and entered combat 9 March 1945. 


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