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U.S. Army Signal Regimental Corps Crest
 U.S. Army Signal Regimental Corps Crest
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U.S. Army Signal Regimental Corps Crest

Signal Regimental Corps Crest

Criteria: The Signal Regimental Corps Crest is one of the Army ’s 14 Regimental Corps Crest insignias. Regimental Corps Crest insignias are worn over the right breast pocket on the Class A uniform signifying each service member ’s unique branch of service. The gold eagle holds in his talons a golden baton, from which descends a signal flag. The design originated in 1865 from a meeting of Signal Corps officers, led by Major Albert Myer, the Chief Signal Officer, in Washington, DC. The badge was a symbol of faithful service and good fellowship for those who served together in war and was called the "Order of the Signal Corps." The motto "PRO PATRIA VIGILANS" was adopted from the Signal School insignia and serves to portray the cohesiveness of Signal soldiers and their affiliation with their regimental home. The gold laurel wreath depicts the myriad of achievements through strength made by the Corps since its inception. The battle star centered on the wreath represents formal recognition for participation in combat. It adorned a Signal flag and was first awarded to Signal Corps soldiers in 1862. The battle star typifies the close operational relationship between the combined arms and the Signal Corps. The regimental insignia was approved on March 20, 1986.

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