When it was adapted for wear during World War I, the I Corps shoulder sleeve insignia originally consisted of a white circle superimposed on a blue disc and the organization was officially designated at I Army Corps. By the time it was officially approved in 1922, the blue had been changed to black and I Army Corps had been demobilized, not to be reconstituted until 27 June 1944 as I Corps.

Use the drop-down selection box to the right to select the style of I Corps patch appropriate for your needs. The color patch was designed for wear on the Class A Army Green service uniform, while ACU patches are offered for wear with uniforms manufactured in the Universal Camouflage Pattern (UCP) or in the Operational Camouflage Pattern (OCP). Authorization for uniforms utilizing UCP patterns expires on 30 September 2019.

Related Items:
I Corps Distinctive Unit Insignia (Unit Crest)
I Corps Combat Service ID Badge (CSIB)

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