UF3978 Second Logistical Command, 2nd Pattern

UF3978 Second Logistical Command, 2nd Pattern

Logistical commands were formed after WWII in response to the changing requirements of the nuclear battlefield.  As I understand it, their mission was to provide all of the support needed to keep combat units fighting.

The second log cmd was formed in Korea. Its patch shows an "A" frame used by Koreans to carry heavy loads and the mountains of Korea.

This patch is in mint condition. It is cut edge and fully embroidered.

Reference: "Sleeve Shoulder Insignia of the U.S. Army 1946-1989" by Richard W. Smith, plate 18.

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