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WWII Camp Forrest Blue Felt Pennant
Item #: AA1669
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This is a World War II souvenir pennant from Camp Forrest located in Tullahoma, Tennessee from 1942 to 1946. The pennant is constructed from blue felt and has a US Army eagle and Camp Forrest/Tullahoma,Tenn. printed on one side. The pennant measures 11" long and 4 1/4" at the widest point. There is a set of ties to attach the pennant to a small staff. The colors are still very vibrant, and there is no damage to the pennant. Camp Forrest was named after Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest. The camp covered 85,000 acres and was used as a training facility, maneuver area and POW camp while in operation. Major General George Patton used Camp Forrest to train the 2nd Armored Division while he commanded it. This pennant is in very good condition and would make a nice addition to any WWII collection.
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Your Price $50.00 USD