This heavy wool U.S. Army-issue tunic was used by a member of the 89th Infantry Division. This unit was involved in World War I. The unit would be activated in August of 1917 and deactivated in May of 1919 and reactivated as an Army Reserve unit in 1921. The unit had several distinguished members that include Medal of Honor recipient Major General Leonard Wood, whom Fort Leonard Wood is named for. This field jacket has the rank of Private (E-2), 89th ID patch, WWI service chevrons, and the Inter-Allied Victory medal with St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne Clasps.