U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps Regimental Distinctive Insignia
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U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps Regimental Insignia
The Quartermaster Corps Regimental insignia was approved on 31 March 1986 for use by soldiers affiliated with the Quartermaster Corps. All Corps Regimental insignias are worn over the right breast pocket on the Class A uniform signifying each service member’s unique branch of service.
The Quartermaster Corps Regimental insignia displays the traditional Quartermaster Corps branch insignia with the eagle in a slightly different configuration known historically as the "Regimental Eagle". The eagle symbolizes our nation; the wagon wheel is symbolic of transportation and delivery of supplies. The stars and spokes of the wheel symbolize the original colonies. The sword, indicative of the military forces, and the key, alluding to the storekeeping functions, symbolize the control of military supplies by the Quartermaster Corps. The wreath signifies honor and achievement. Attached below the device is a gold scroll inscribed "SUPPORTING VICTORY" in black.
Understanding that a well fed and supplied army is an effective one, the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps provides much needed support for America’s troops across the globe. Whether they are airlifting the latest shipment of food rations to occupied territory or solemnly making arrangements to bring fallen heroes back home, the Quartermaster Corps play a crucial role in today’s armed forces.