U.S. Army Finance Corps Regimental Distinctive Insignia
U.S. Army Finance Corps Regimental Insignia
The Finance Corps Regimental insignia was approved on 8 September 1986 for use by soldiers affiliated with the Finance 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 Finance Corps Regimental insignia displays silver gray and golden yellow, colors associated with the Finance Corps and universally symbolic of the treasury and monetary matters. The globe in the background denotes the worldwide scope of the Corps' mission, while the sword and quill represent the Corp's combat service support role. The diamond shape symbolizes the public monies entrusted to the Corps, and the motto "TO SUPPORT AND SERVE" refers to the Corps' mission.
Without good finances, running an effective army would be impossible. Though the Finance Corps of the United States Army is the smallest branch, it is responsible for key services such as payroll and contracting since its first incarnation as the Pay Department in 1775.
Officially established in May of 1987, the Finance Corps Regiment and designated Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, as its "home" and later transferred to Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Finance Corps Regiment serves its members by providing a source of continuing pride in the customs and traditions of the Finance branch and its service to soldiers and commanders throughout our nation's history.
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