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Help with shoulder sleeve patch identification

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    Recently acquired this patch. It appears to be WWII era and what I'm assuming is a military patch. Any ideas?
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    Hi , as i'm sure you have worked out for yourself , the symbol underneath the plume is for a nuclear reaction. So I guess it is an American unit involved in nuclear testing/ Leon.
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    Just found it on "wiki" ARMED FORCES SPECIAL WEAPONS PROJECT. Leon.
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    I found it online listed as "Older style Defense Nuclear Agency Insignia worn until 1970..."
    cheers, Glenn

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    It is American , "Defense Atomic Support Agency" my book didn't have any other information about the unit .
    Cheers Chris

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    Thanks for all the help!

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