Skip Navigation Links.
Distinctive Unit Insignia

A gold color metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in width overall consisting of a silver gray diamond with axis horizontal superimposed by a gold disc, overall a red and gold sword interlaced with an arced tripartite black scroll at top inscribed "FUNDING THE VICTORY" in gold letters and superimposing two diagonally crossed branches of laurel in base, overall at center a gray Confederate hat, banded and plumed black.

Silver gray and golden yellow/gold are the colors traditionally associated with the Finance Corps. Gold signifies excellence; black is indicative of strength and stability, and red stands for bravery and valor. The diamond is adapted from the Finance Corps insignia of branch and the gold disc alludes to coinage and the Group's mission. The sword signifies military strength and preparedness. The Confederate hat is for Colonel John S. Mosby and his Rangers, alluding to the Northern Virginia location of the unit's peacetime headquarters and its affiliation with, and support provided to, the parent 310th Theater Army Area Command, whose members informally are known as "Mosby's Rangers."

The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 21 May 1992.

Jump to Top