41st Infantry Regiment, US Army
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41ST INFANTRY REGIMENT, US ARMY
(Coat of Arms)
(Distinctive Unit Insignia)
Shield: Azure within an annulet or a martello tower argent masoned sable; on a canton of the third a six-bastioned fort vert charged with a mullet of the third.
Crest: On a wreath or and azure issuing from three waves barry wavy of three of the last and argent a tower with four battlements of the like masoned sable surmounted by alion rampant party per fess of the third and gules armed and langued counterchanged charged on the shouledr with a decrescent of the second grasping and breaking a tilting spear of the first.
Motto: Straight and Stalwart
The Field is Blue for Infantry. The Canton show that the Regiment was raised from the 36th Infantry. The Annulet is from the 10th Division insignia, the Regiment formed part of this Division during World War I. The Lions symbolizes the Participation in the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium during World War II. The Red Part symbolizes Valour and the White Part the Snow that covered the Battlefield. The Broken tilting Spear symbolizes the Breaking of the German Offensive. The Crescent show the First Combat of the Regiment during World War II, in Algeria. The Waves alluds to the Regiment's assault landings during World War II. Approved 1 September 1983.
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