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WWII U.S PORTS OF EMBARKATION PATCH

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WWII U.S ARMY TRANSPORTATION CORPS, PORTS OF EMBARKATION PATCH, ITS A NICE SNOWY WHITE BACK PATCH ITS ORIGINAL IN ISSUED CONDITION THREADS VISIBLE AT THE SIDES AND TOP OF PATCH WHERE IT WAS REMOVED FROM A UNIFORM AT SOME STAGE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

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The History: The Ports of Embarkation were established and operated by the Transportation Corps to ensure a smooth flow of supplies through port facilities, The port of embarkation was a military command with jurisdiction over shipping, staging, storing, and other facilities which were often with the geographic limits of a city By the end of WWII the Transportation corps was operating ports in Boston, New York, Hampton Roads, Charleston, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle, Over 7 million passengers and 126 million tons of cargo passed through the ports during the war.