A 92nd Infantry Division insignia shoulder patch. The circular patch is hand sewn into a square swatch of army green fabric. The embroidered insignia consists of a navy blue buffalo with its head facing towards the viewer embroidered on a grey background encircled with a 3/16th of an inch navy blue border. The right top corner has the number "92" written in what appears to be black ink.
An Aircraft observer badge. The badge features a pair of horizontally extended wings with a central round insignia. The center is a heavily bordered circle with small, parallel horizontal lines featured within. On the back there are two (2) small spikes for the pin backs. Stamped on the back of the wings is: [STERLING / AE CO. / UTICA / N.Y.].
A bombardier wing insignia. The insignia has a pair of horizontally extended wings with a central round piece with a bomb overlaid on top. The center has two (2) concentric rings behind the bomb. The bomb is pointed down with tail wings at the top. Two (2) spikes on the back tips of the wings for pin backs.
A navigator insignia. The insignia features a pair of horizontally extended wings with a central round piece featuring the earth surrounded by crisscrossing rings at various latitudes and longitudes. The outer ring of the center is notched. On the back is one (1) small spike on the proper right side of the back wing tip for the pin back. Stamped on the back of the wings is: [STERLING].