Destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG-91)

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DESTROYER USS PINCKNEY (DDG-91)

Coat of arms (crest) of the Destroyer USS Pinckney (DDG-91)

Official blazon

Seal. BLAZON - SHIELD: Gules, on a grid shaped as an Aegis shield Sable the head of a trident issuing from base Argent (Silver Gray); overall a bald eagle’s head erased Proper. CREST: On a wreath Argent and Gules a laurel wreath Proper surmounted by a demi-compass rose Celeste; overall a stylized Navy Cross Or. MOTTO: A scroll Azure fimbriated and inscribed “PROUD TO SERVE” Or. SEAL: The arms as blazoned in full color upon a white oval enclosed within a dark blue collar edged on the outside with a gold chain of ninety-one links and one locking link (a canting reference to the sip’s designation as DDG 91) with the name “USS PINCKNEY” above and “DDG 91” below in gold letters.

Origin/meaning

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