Adjutant General School, US Army

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ADJUTANT GENERAL SCHOOL, US ARMY

Coat of arms (crest) of the Adjutant General School, US Army

Official blazon

Shield: Per bend Azure and Gules, a torch Or. Crest: On a wreath of the colors (Or and Azure) in front of an arm embowed in armor fessways grasping a sword all Or, the shield of The Adjutant General's Department Proper. Motto: A scroll Or doubled Argent inscribed “Ut Adjuvemus Discimus” (We learn so that we may aid others) Sable.

Origin/meaning

The shield is the color of the Adjutant General's Department (Now the Adjutant General's Corps). The torch of knowledge denotes the function of the school while the crest symbolizes the position of the Adjutant General as the right arm of the commander wielding the sword of authority in his name. The shield is shown in the color of the Adjutant General's Department insignia of branch at the time the device was approved. The Coat of Arms was approved 18 February 1942.

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