369th Adjutant General Battalion
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Coat of Arms
- Shield: Azure, a torch Or enflamed Or and Gules, overall a Globe Celeste grid-lined Argent surmounted by a sword and quill in saltire of the like hilted Or.
- Crest: On a wreath of the colors (Or and Azure, a mullet of the first surmounted on a torteau issuing from a mount and between two palmettos proper.
- Motto: ARMY PRIDE.
- Dark blue is theprimary branch color of the Adjutant General's Corps.
- The torch represents the training mission ofthe Battalion and the globe symbolizes the world wide service of its graduates.
- The quill refers to the administrative responsibilities of the unit's mission and the sword represents the U.S. Army.
- The star symbolizes the unit's Meritorious Unit Commendation; the mount and palms allude to the Pacific and the unit's World War II area of service.
- The demi-torteau forms the illusion of the setting sun and represents victory over Japan in the Pacific.
- Palms are also a traditional symbol of victory.
- They are portrayed as "palmettos,"the state tree of South Carolina, and reflect the unit's home location at Fort Jackson.
- The coat of arms was originally approved on December 9, 1987.
Distinctive Unit Insignia
- A silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned: Azure, a torch Or enflamed Or and Gules, overall a globe Celeste grid-lined Argent surmounted by a sword and quill in saltire of the like hilted Or.
- Attached below the shield a silver and red scroll inscribed "ARMY PRIDE" in silver letters.
- Dark blue and scarlet are the branch colors of the Adjutant General's Corps.
- The torch represents the training mission of the Battalion and the globe symbolizes the worldwide service of its graduates.
- The quill refers to the administrative responsibilities of the unit's mission and thesword represents the United States Army.
- The Distinctive Unit Insignia was originally approved on December 12, 1987.
- a. Size:
- Hoist:Three Feet.
- Fly:Four Feet.
- Hoist: Three Feet.
- Fly: Four Feet.
- Fringe: 2½”
- The flag has a solid background with an embroidered American eagle displayed centered thereon.
- In its right talon the eagle holds an olive branch; in its left talon, a bundle of 13 arrows, all in proper colors.
- Its beak grasps a scroll inscribed with the unit motto.
- Below the eagle is a scroll inscribed with the designation of the organization.
- On the eagle’s breast is embroidered the shield of the coat of arms and the crest is above the eagle’s head.
- c. Organizational colors:
- Organization: Adjutant General
- Background: Dark Blue
- Fringe: Scarlet
- Letters and Numbers: Dark Blue
- Outline: Scarlett
- Background: White
- d. Design
- Flags are alike on both sides.
- Design elements appear on both sides as if printed through the material except as stated below:
- Letters and numerals will read from left to right on both sides.
- Pending Publiction
- Pending Publication
- Source: US Army Institute of Heraldry