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U.S. WW2 Phantom Division Patches

In order to confuse the Germans about the size and destination of the invasion of Europe, the Allies created a formation, the First U.S. Army Group, commanded by General George Patton. The Army Group was initially staffed with actual divisions, but as they were transfered out, "Phantom" divisions were created. For increased realism, radio traffic was generated, and patches were designed, produced, and worn. A total of 15 infantry divisions, 5 airborne divisions, and 3 armored divisions were created. These are the patches for the 23 phantom divisions.



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U.S. Army Phantom Armor Divisions




15th Armor Division



25th Armor Division



39th Armor Division






U.S. Army Phantom Airborne Divisions




6th Airborne Infantry Division



9th Airborne Infantry Division



18th Airborne Infantry Division



21st Airborne Infantry Division



135th Airborne Infantry Division


U.S. Army Phantom Infantry Divisions




11th Infantry Division



14th Infantry Division



17th Infantry Division



19th Infantry Division
later redesignated as 109th



22nd Infantry Division



46th Infantry Division



48th Infantry Division



50th Infantry Division



55th Infantry Division



59th Infantry Division



108th Infantry Division



119th Infantry Division



130th Infantry Division



141st Infantry Division



157th Infantry Division