38th Division Enamel Pin
NEW! Enamel Pins are the perfect compliment to your division patch. Pin is approximately 1/2" x 1" This enamel pin will look great on your American Legion or VFW hat too!
Known as the Cyclone Division. The 38th Infantry Division is an Army National Guard division in the United States Army headquartered at Stout Field in Indianapolis, Indiana and presently undergoing transformation. As a division, it saw service in both World War I and World War II. Company D (Ranger), 151st Infantry was one of a small number of National Guard units mobilized for service in the Republic of Vietnam and was one of the most highly decorated units to serve in that conflict. Since September 11, 2001, the 38th Infantry Division has provided headquarters and forces for a variety of operational rotations including Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraq), Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan), Operation Joint Forge (Bosnia), Operation Joint Guardian (Kosovo), Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa (Djibouti), Multi-National Forces and Observers Mission (Egypt), United States Air Forces Europe (USAFE) Force Protection (England, Germany, Italy, Belgium), and Operation Noble Eagle (Contintental United States) Rotations I through IV. In 2005, the Division Headquarters mobilized in the support of Hurricane Katrina relief operations and exercised command and control of all National Guard forces in the State of Mississippi. In 1996, over 7,000 soldiers from the 38th Infantry Division (from Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan) supported the Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia.