Adjutant-General Corps Regiment, US Army

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Coat of arms (crest) of the Adjutant-General Corps

Official blazon

Shield: Azure (dark blue) within a brodure per brodure argent and gules an ineschtcheon paly of thirteen argent and gules, on a chief azure a mullet argent between a pattern of twelve of the like (as on the Adjutant General's Corps insignia of branch), all within a brodure argent and enclosed in base by two laurel branches or.
Crest: On a wreath of the colors, argent and azure, the numerals "1775" gules.
Motto: Defend and Serve.


Dark blue and scarlet are the Adjutant General's Corps barch colours. the white inner brodure signifies unity and the good conscience of those who have done their duty. The inner red, white and blue shield is the insignia of the the Adjutant General's Corps and the gold laurel wreath around its base stands for excellence in accomplishing the mission. The crest shows the year 1775, the Year when the Adjutant General's corps was created. The colour red stands for valour and the blood shed in our war for independence. Approved 15 June 1990.

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