American Military Insignia of World War Two illustrates a collection of patches or shoulder sleeve insignia and other insignia and decorations of the United States Armed Forces used during the Second World War. The site also gives information of interest to a collector.
The American Society of Military Insignia Collectors (ASMIC) is the oldest and largest organization of collectors of military insignia in the world. Founded in 1937 by a small group of enthusiasts and chartered as a non-profit organization, today the Society is 'home' to nearly 3,000 dedicated collectors in the United States and two dozen foreign countries. Whether you are a collector of military insignia or a student of heraldry or military history, whether an expert or a novice, you will find that membership in ASMIC has many advantages.
Information for collectors of military insignia: articles on specific units and their insignia and on reproduction and fake insignia.
France's premier organization of insignia collectors.
The Booker Collection is an extensive selection of military badges, including many Australian and NZ.
Website dedicated to U.S. Air Force patch/insignia collecting. Site contains an extensive patch gallery, discussion, reference materials, and much more.
Dedicated to the men around the world who operate submarines. It is intended for use by collectors of submarine insignia. There has been a significant amount of research done by many collectors; this is by no means the ultimate in knowledge, but it is an attempt at putting much of the accumulated knowledge together.
The WWII Squadron Patch Website is dedicated to photographs of 1941-1945 Army A2 and Navy G1 Jacket Patches made by Walt Disney, RKO & Warner Brothers Studios for the AAF, AAC, USMC, USN and Allies. There is content for everyone. There are history/education pages and fun pages as well as biz pages.