Recognition Panel, D-Day


These were used in Normandy to identify friendly ground forces.  The 4th Infantry Division were known to have them as well as paratroopers of the 101st.  They were used to signal to each other, the color Orange being the color known by the Allies for that operation.  We don’t know if they were used beyond Normandy, but a great addition for the D-Day impression both infantry and airborne.  Pretty useful in a reenactment for identifying your own side from long distances.  Approximately 16” x 16” square cotton cloth, full hem around the edges.

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Weight .238 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 1 in


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