Since BF1 is based upon WW1 I would like to create a thread with the goal of making an easy to find repository of Emblems that represent the various Countries/Units that participated during the war. I encourage those that are already sporting WW1 themed Emblems to share them with the rest of the Community by providing the "Share" link to the Emblem and I'll update the list. Feel free to post below or message me. Please include Country of origin and Unit designation. The current list below is mainly a place holder for a few Countries and more will be added as they are shared. So let's build a good Community together and help each other out in making BF1 as classy as it can be.
Commonwealth Military Badge
ANZAC 'A' Badge - by blackaddR
4th Light Horse
41st Battalion, Royal New South Wales Regiment
45th Battalion - by blackaddR
6th Light Horse Regiment
Maori Native Contingent
Compagnie des Aviateurs
Willy Coppens, 9ème Escadrille de Chasse
Belgium's Ace of Aces, Willy Coppens was also the war's undisputed champion balloon buster. Credited with the destruction of 34 observation balloons, and 3 German aircraft, Coppens became so adept at destroying balloons that the Germans tried to kill him by filling a balloon's basket with explosives. When he attacked the balloon, it was detonated and Coppens narrowly escaped death. The flaming wreckage of the balloon then quickly fell on the German staff and officers watching on the ground, killing several of them and injuring the rest.
British Guard Division
General Headquarters B.E.F (British Expeditionary Force)
Royal Flying Corps Shoulder Badge
Royal Flying Corps Chest Badge
Crossed Enfields, sans scopes
Tank Corps - by blackaddR
Machine Gun Corps
First Army - by blackaddR
Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own)
1st Corps - by blackaddR
2nd infantry division
5th Corps - by blackaddR
9th Corps - by blackaddR
14th Corps - by blackaddR
6th Division - by blackaddR
7th Division - by blackaddR
41st Infantry Division U.K.
41st Division - by blackaddR
122nd Battalion - by blackaddR
123rd Battalion - by blackaddR
124th Battalion - by blackaddR
1st Division (Scottish) - by blackaddR
3rd Division - by blackaddR
8th Division - by blackaddR
12th Division (Eastern) - by blackaddR
41st Division Artillery - by blackaddR
Machine Gun Corps (1918) - by blackaddR
Guards Division (1917) - by blackaddR
The 7th (Robin Hood) Battalion [British Army] "The Sherwood Foresters"
Irish Dragoon Guards
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders - by blackaddR
36th Ulster Division
British York and Lancaster Regiment
British Coldstream Guards
CMHQ (With inside detail)
CMHQ (Without inside detail)
1st Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force (C.E.F.)
19th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force
Sopwith Camel of Donald MacLaren
French Foreign Legion:
2nd Foreign Infantry Regiment
French Foreign Legion - Gold
"Escadrille de Lafayette" Sqn. 124 - by blackaddR
Charles Nungesser, Escadrille 65
Charles Nungesser was the definition of the classic fighter pilot stereotype. He was placed under house arrest multiple times, usually for flying without permission and insubordination. When he wasn't on patrol, he would often fly back to Paris to party the night away and would frequently show up at his airfield late the next morning still wearing the tuxedo he had been wearing the night before, occasionally with a female companion. He was France's third highest ranking ace, with 43 victories.
Personal Insignia of Fulco Ruffo di Calabria
Corpo Aeronautico Militare
Francesco Baracca, 91a Squadriglia
Francesco Baracca, Italy's Ace of Aces, with 34 aerial victories. Baracca unfortunately did not survive the war, but his legacy lives on. He used the prancing horse from his family's coast of arms as his personal insignia on the aircraft that he flew. In 1929 his mother presented this insignia to Enzo Ferrari, suggesting that it would bring him luck. It has been Ferrari's logo ever since.
Imperial Russian Air Service Roundel
Imperial Russian Air Service Fin Flash
Imperial Russian Army Enlisted Cockade
Imperial Russian Army NCO Cockade
Portuguese Expeditionary Corps (CEP)
Portuguese Air Force Roundel
US Army MTC Motor Transport Corps
U.S. Armored patch
1st Infantry Division
1st Infantry Division v2
1st Infantry Division v3
3rd Infantry Division
4th Infantry Division
4th Infantry Division v2
5th Infantry Division
5th Infantry Division v2
6th Infantry Division
7th Infantry Division
7th Infantry Division v2
8th Infantry Division
8th Infantry Division v2
8th Infantry Division v3
12th infantry Division
12th Cavalry Division
23rd Infantry Division
26th Infantry Division
28th Infantry Division
28th Infantry Division v2
29th Infantry Division
30th Infantry Division "Old Hickory"
31st Infantry " Dixie Division "
32nd Infantry Division "Red Arrow"
33rd Infantry Division
33rd Infantry Division v2
36th Infantry Division
37th Infantry Division
38th Infantry Division
40th Infantry Division
40th Infantry Division v2
41st Infantry Division
79th Infantry Division
82nd Infantry Division
87th Infantry Division
91st Infantry Division
101st Air Assault Division
301st Tank Division
US NY NG 27th Infantry Division
US Ohio NG 37th Infantry " Buckeye Division "
US Michigan 85th Infantry " Custer Division "
Us Army Advance section and Supply
US Army MN 34th Infantry Division
U.S. 36th Infantry Division (Texas Army National Guard)
United States Army Air Service:
9th Aero Squadron - Night Reconnaissance
22nd Aero Squadron "Shooting Stars"
50th Aero Squadron - by blackaddR
94th Aero Squadron "Hat In The Ring"
With the United States entry in to World War I in April 1917, the Marines sent two Regiments to France in the summer of 1917. In October 1917, the 2nd Infantry Division was activated when the U.S. 9th Infantry and 23rd Infantry Regiments joined the 5th and 6th Marines to form the 2nd U.S. Infantry Division.
Before the division was formed the two Marine Regiments formed the 5th Marine Brigade. The Army's 9th and 23rd formed the 3rd U.S. Infantry Brigade. The other half of the division the 5th and 6th Marines came under the 4th Marine Brigade.
The first commanding officer of the division was Marine Brigadier General Charles A. Doyen. On July 28, 1918 Marine Major General John A. Lejeune assumed command of the division, and would command the division until it returned to the U.S. in August 1919.
2nd Infantry Division
4th Marine Brigade
5th Marine Brigade
5th Marine Headquarters Battalion
5th Marines 1st Battalion
5th Marines 2nd Battalion
5th Marines 3rd Battalion
5th Marines Machine Gun Company
5th Marines Supply Company
6th Marine Headquarters Battalion
6th Marines 1st Battalion
6th Marines 2nd Battalion
6th Marines 3rd Battalion
6th Marines Machine Gun Company
6th Marines Supply Company
5th Marine Brigade Alternative
Alternate Eagle Globe and Anchor
1st Foot Guards Regiment
German 'Wound Badge'
Imperial German Flag
Imperial German Flag Varation
German shoulder emblem
Faux camo lozenge with German insignia
Deutches Reich (National) - by blackaddR
Königreich Preußen (Prussia) - by blackaddR
Königreich Beyern (Bavaria) - by blackaddR
Königreich Sachsen - by blackaddR
Königreich Württemburg - by blackaddR
Großherzogtum Baden - by blackaddR
Großherzogtum Hessen - by blackaddR
Medienb - by blackaddR
Herzogtum Sachsen-coburg and Gotha - by blackaddR
Fürstetum Lippe - by blackaddR
Fürstetum Schaumburg-Lippe - by blackaddR
Fürstetum Waldeck (and) Fürstetum Reuß (ältere Linie) - by blackaddR
Fürstetum Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt - by blackaddR
Hanseatic (Hamburg, Lüveck) - by blackaddR
Hans Kirschstein (German Pilot) — "Zig Zag" Fuselage insignia (Fokker Tri-plane Dr.I 587/17)
Ernst Udet (German Pilot) — "Candy-Stripe" Top Wing design (Fokker D.VII)
Ernst Udet, Jasta 4
Udet was Germany's second highest scoring ace of the war with 62 kills. Among other adventures, he was one of the most famous German aces to survive a parachute jump after he was shot down late in the war. He had several colorful paint schemes applied to his aircraft throughout the war, with one constant theme: his fiancée's name in large letters painted on the fuselage.
Rudolf Berthold, Jasta 15
Victor of 44 aerial combats, Rudolf Berthold was was another of Germany's extremely dedicated and skilled aces, that dedication would cost him however. He was severely wounded numerous times and scored 16 of his victories one-handed and while under the influence of narcotic painkillers. He even once escaped his hospital bed to return to combat. Only a direct order from Kaiser Wilhelm II kept him in that bed to the end of the war.
Werner Voss, Jasta Boelcke
German ace Werner Voss proved himself to be a gifted natural pilot after he transferred to Jasta 2, and eventually he scored 48 victories. Voss was killed by British ace Arthur Rhys-Davids in one of the most famous dogfights of WWI. Outnumbered eight to one, Voss fought fearlessly and landed hits on all of his attackers before being mortally wounded. British ace James McCudden, whom had also been involved in the fight said of Voss: "His flying was wonderful, his courage magnificent and in my opinion he was the bravest German airman whom it has been my privilege to see fight". Richthofen himself considered Voss to be his only true rival.
Personal Symbol of Josef Veltjens 35 Victory German Ace
Pattern and Design of German 45 victory Ace Fritz Rumey
Manfred von Richthofen
Paul Bäumer, Jasta 5
Nicknamed "The Iron Eagle", Paul Bäumer flew with the personal emblem of an edelweiss flower on the sides of his aircraft. Before the armistice he racked up 43 victories, ranking him ninth among the German aces. Bäumer was also another of the few German pilots whose life was saved by a parachute during the final months of the war. After the war, he became a dentist. Reportedly, one of his patients was Erich Maria Remarque who used his name for his protagonist in All Quiet On The Western Front.
Weimar Republic German Warriors Association "Kyffhäuser"
Imperial German Prussian Observer's Badge
Carl Degelow (German Pilot) - "Stag" Fuselage insignia (Fokker DV.II)
WWI Prussian Commemorative Honour Cross
Red Cross Medal
Hamburg Hanseaten Cross
Godwin von Brumowski (Austro-Hungarian Pilot) — "Skull" Fuselage insignia (Albatross D.III)
Godwin von Brumowski (Austro-Hungarian Pilot) — "Trifecta" Fuselage insignia (Hansa-Brandenburg D.I 'Starstrutter')
Franz Gräser (Austro-Hungarian Pilot) — "Trifecta" Fuselage insignia (Albatross D.III OEF)
Godwin von Brumowski (Austro-Hungarian Pilot) — "Diamond Eye" Fuselage insignia (Albatross D.III OEF)