Category:Coats of arms of the United States Army
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- All TOE regiments and TOE separate battalions are authorized a coat of arms for display on the organizational flag.
- The coat of arms consists of a shield displayed on the breast of the eagle on the organizational flag as shown in chapter 5, AR 840-10.
- If the unit is active Army and has war/campaign service, a crest is also authorized. All reserve units have the same design (minuteman) and all national guard units display the crest authorized for the state to which assigned.
- The request for the DUI is also used for the request for the coat of arms.
- TIOH will provide a design along with the distinctive unit insignia.
- After the command concurs with the design, TIOH will prepare a flag drawing and forward it to Army Support Office in Philadelphia for permanent retention.
- After the organization receives the authorization letter for the coat of arms, a requisition (DD Form 1348-6 Manual) for the flag may be submitted to the Army Support Office, Philadelphia.
This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.
- ► Battalion coats of arms of the United States Army (8 C, 10 F)
- ► Heraldry of the United States Army National Guard (41 C, 10 F)
- ► Regimental coats of arms of the United States Army (7 C, 1 F)
Media in category "Coats of arms of the United States Army"
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- 169th EN BN Coat of Arms.jpg 80 × 150; 4 KB
- 3rd "Patriot" Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (LI).png 402 × 409; 102 KB
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