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National Training Center

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Description
A nine-sided green device with one point down in base, 2 7/16 inches in height overall, bearing three arrowheads with points converging at center, a yellow arrow at the top, blue at left and red at the right, all within a 1/8 inch yellow border.

Symbolism
The colors are adapted from the coat of arms of the National Training Center and refer to Armor, Infantry and Artillery, the combat arms branches brought together to train as combined arms teams and task forces at the National Training Center. The arrowheads signify a concentration of training and education. Though they converge from various angles, they form a cohesive unit signifying the mission and capabilities of the National Training Center.

Background
The insignia was approved on 23 Apr 1982. (TIOH Drawing Number A-1-676)

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