Kellogg's Pep 391st Bombardment Squadron

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In 1943, Kellogg's PEP cereal featured premiums which featured set of military insignia buttons. The set is known as the “Pep War Insignia Pins” and features 36 WWII military squadron emblems such as the blue and yellow emblem for the 391st Bombardment Squadron which saw action in France during World War II.The buttons were created for Kellogg's by the legendary "Premium King" Sam Gold. The Kellogg's Pep cereal brand sponsored radio programs and was known for giving away premium items such as trading cards, badges, and pinback buttons.


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