922D SUPPORT BATTALION
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Distinctive Unit Insignia

Distinctive Unit Insignia

Description
A Silver color metal and enamel device 1 3/16 inches (3.02 cm) in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned: Per chevron enhanced Gules and Azure, a chevronel between in chief a sword and quill pen in saltire all Argent and in base three Ionic columns in perspective of the last detailed of the field. Beneath the shield a curved Red scroll inscribed “COLUMNAS ALACRITATE” in Silver letters.

Symbolism
The field is blue, red and white (silver) and alludes to the Army Materiel Command of which the unit serves. The top shape of the Ionic Capitals suggests scrolls and together the three columns represent a strong ethical foundation of continuous intuitional learning, training and deployment of contracting officers and noncommissioned officers to provide contracting support. The three columns also allude to the contracting structure of the Army Contracting Command, Expeditionary Contracting Command and Mission and Installation Contracting Command, as together they form a strong foundation to support the United States Army units worldwide. The crossed quill pen over the sword represents the execution of military duties in contracting operations. The motto translates to “Pillars of Readiness.”

Background
The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 18 June 2014.




Coat of Arms

Coat of Arms

Description

Shield

Per chevron enhanced Gules and Azure, a chevronel between in chief a sword and quill pen in saltire and in base three Ionic columns in perspective all Argent, all within a bordure White.

Crest

None.

Motto

COLUMNAS ALACRITATE (Pillars of Readiness).

Symbolism

Shield

The field is blue, red and white (silver) and alludes to the Army Materiel Command of which the unit serves. The top shape of the Ionic Capitals suggests scrolls and together the three columns represent a strong ethical foundation of continuous intuitional learning, training and deployment of contracting officers and noncommissioned officers to provide contracting support. The three columns also allude to the contracting structure of the Army Contracting Command, Expeditionary Contracting Command and Mission and Installation Contracting Command, as together they form a strong foundation to support the United States Army units worldwide. The crossed quill pen over the sword represents the execution of military duties in contracting operations.

Crest

None.

Background
The coat of arms was approved on 18 June 2014.





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