10th Personnel Command, US Army
10TH PERSONNEL COMMAND, US ARMY
(Shoulder Sleeve Insignia)
(Distinctive Unit Insignia)
Shoulder Sleeve Insignia. Description: On a dark blue shield with a 1/8 inch (.32 cm) white border, 2 1/2 inches (6.35 cm) in width and 3 inches (7.62 cm) in height overall, a red saltire surmounted by a yellow vertical sword.
Distinctive Unit Insignia, Description: A silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall, consisting of a red saltire on a dark blue field enclosed by two arcing green palm fronds and all encircled in base and on either side by a silver scroll inscribed "SERVING SOLDIERS" in blue letters; overall a silver sword with red grip.
Shoulder Sleeve Insignia: Dark blue and scarlet are the colors traditionally associated with Personnel units; red, white and blue are our National colors. The saltire or crossbuck represents strength and support while simulating the Roman numeral "X", an allusion to the Command's designation. The sword, upraised to indicate military preparedness and readiness, highlights the important role of each soldier to the Command and to the total Army. Gold is emblematic of excellence and high achievement.
Distinctive Unit Insignia: Red, white and blue are the National colors. Dark blue and scarlet are the colors traditionally associated with the personnel units. The saltire or crossbuck, symbolizes strength and reinforcement while simulating the Roman numeral "X," alluding to the Command's designation. The palm fronds represent victory; the sword exemplifies the individual soldier. The sword, upraised and unsheathed to indicate battle readiness, with the palms of victory, highlight the vital role of the soldier in the military preparedness of the total Army.
The Shoulder Sleeve Insignia was approved on 26 February 1991, and the distictive Unit Insignia on 14 March 1991.
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