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    Posted 2 months ago

    Mtz1598
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    This is a pin I found at an estate sale. I have researched and cannot find the unit it belongs to. I think WW2 but maybe WW1? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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    1. flashlarue flashlarue, 2 months ago
      Motto translates to Now or Never. Motto is for 497th Field Artillery BN.
    2. Mtz1598 Mtz1598, 2 months ago
      Where did you find this information? This is there DUI pin?
    3. flashlarue flashlarue, 2 months ago
      Army_mottos.pdf
    4. Mtz1598 Mtz1598, 2 months ago
      I believe you are right I have found a few things. I believe they might have been attached to the 13th armored division during World War II but man I can’t find much on them I wish I could find some more information on their history.

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