According to Wikipedia...
"During World War II, Disney made films for every branch of the US military and government. The government looked to Walt Disney more than any other studio chief as a builder of public morale providing instruction and training to the sailors and soldiers. This was accomplished through the use of animated graphics by means of expediting the intelligent mobilization of servicemen and civilians for the cause of the war. Over 90% of Disney employees were devoted to the production of training and propaganda films for the government. Throughout the duration of the war, Disney produced over 400,000 feet of educational war films, most at cost, which is equal to 68 hours of continuous film.
In 1942, Disney was approached with requests from the US services. The Navy was the first, and then other branches of the government."
During the time Disney's teams were making these films, the animators had the opportunity to also design some of the logos used for different squadrons throughout the military. One in particular was Fighter Squadron 194 "Satan's Kittens" on the naval air ship the USS Boxer.
My Grandfather-in-law is a veteran of several wars and was a part of S194. He had the opportunity to wear a design by Disney made specifically for his squadron.
At his 80th birthday he was wearing his jacket, displaying the "Satanís Kittens" logo proudly!
It is Memorial Day Weekend and thought I'd share. *shrug*