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30th Infantry Division Fury Film XXX Division Patch with FDR

30th Infantry Division badge like the badge used in the film Fury with the additional unofficial SS and FDR stitching. The SS and FDR were sewn on  by the soldiers and were seen on the badge in combat area. The 30th Infantry division is the unit featured in the film Fury which we supplied 100 x  30th infantry badges which they had then sewn with FDR/SS.

The 30th Infantry Division sta


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30th Infantry Division badge like the badge used in the film Fury with the additional unofficial SS and FDR stitching. The SS and FDR were sewn on  by the soldiers and were seen on the badge in combat area. The 30th Infantry division is the unit featured in the film Fury which we supplied 100 x  30th infantry badges which they had then sewn with FDR/SS.

The 30th Infantry Division started crossing to France on 6 June, D-Day, to replace of the units of the 29th Infantry Division which had become immediately lost during the invasion, and then the rest of the Division landed on Omaha Beach on D plus 4, 10th June. 

During combat, the 30th Infantry Division was known as "Roosevelt's SS Troops", so named by the German High Command because of the consistent vigor and terrific pressure brought to bear on the German 1st SS Division. The 1st SS Division was the main force  just prior to the breakthrough at St. LO, and again at Mortain, which the 30th Infantry Division literally tore to shreds, thereby allowing Gen. George Patton's armoured forces of the U.S. Third Army to go forward and race across France.

The German 1st SS Division was again faced by the 30th Infantry Division in the "Battle of the Bulge", during the great Ardennes Offensive, near Malmedy, Belgium, during the winter of 1944-45.

Badge design

  • Blue O and Blue H  represents the original divisional commander General Andrew Jackson nick named Old Hickory after defeating the British forces in Florida in the War of Independence.
  • XXX is roman numerals for 30th Divison
  • SS & FDR is the nickname Franklin D Roosevelt's  SS (this was unofficial modification to the badge by combat soldiers)
Weight: 20 grams
Service: Army
Insignia Type: Patch
Insignia Fastener: Sew On
Insignia Use: Divisional