U.S. ARMY HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND
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Shoulder Sleeve Insignia


Description/Blazon
Centered upon a yellow regular pentagon one point up, 2 13/16 inches (7.14 cm) in height overall, a silver gray globe gridlined teal blue between four teal blue stars, and standing in front of the globe upon center base a dark blue Minuteman detailed silver gray, all with a 1/8 inch (.32 cm) dark blue border.

Symbolism
The Minuteman symbolizes the citizen-soldier concept of the constitution and principle foundation of the nation as a democracy. The globe suggests the worldwide mission of the Human Resources Command. The stars indicate the four components of the Army (active, guard, reserve and civilian). The colors blue and gold represent excellence and the high ideals of the Command.

Background
The shoulder sleeve insignia was originally approved for the U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Center on 8 June 1984. It was redesignated for the U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Command on 26 November 1997. The insignia was redesignated effective 2 October 2003, for the U.S. Army Human Resources Command with the symbolism revised. (TIOH Drawing Number A-1-692)




Distinctive Unit Insignia


Description/Blazon
A silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in width overall consisting of a blue disc bearing a blue sphere outlined and gridlined silver issuing four red arrows crosswise all fimbriated silver and overall a vertical white sword palewise, all upon and enclosed by a blue scroll with silver reverse in configuration of a stylized angular figure "8" inscribed "TOTAL ARMY" at the top and "TOTAL VICTORY" at the bottom, all in silver letters.

Symbolism
Red, white (silver) and blue are the national colors. The globe symbolizes the worldwide mission of the Human Resources Command. The sword symbolizes readiness and the importance of the individual served by the organization. The arrow indicates the worldwide personnel management policies and programs developed and maintained by the command in support of the Regular Army, the U.S. Army Reserve, the Army National Guard and Department of the Army civilians.

Background
The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the U.S. Total Army Personnel Command on 4 May 1989. The insignia was amended to correct the description on 18 November 1996. The distinctive unit insignia was redesignated effective 2 October 2003, for the U.S. Army Human Resources Command with the description and symbolism revised.





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