U.S. Army aide-de-camp – Air Transport Command

Within the U.S. Army Aides-De-Camp were and are specifically appointed to general-grade officers. The usual tour of duty for aides is up to two years and the rank of the general officer being served is indicated on the device worn by the aide-de-camp.


Chrome plated Zippo with U.S. Army Aide-De-Camp insignia for an aide to a brigadier general on the front and a U.S. Air Transport Command emblem on the other side.

  • Model: four barrel hinge, flat bottom
  • Year: 1942 - 43
  • Status: in collection