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322 Civil Affairs Brigade Patch. US Army

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Shoulder Sleeve Insignia

Description
On a shield inverted rounded at base with a Yellow 1/8 inch (.32 cm) border, 3 1/4 inches (8.26 cm) in height and 2 1/4 inches (5.74 cm) in width, divided per fess wavy Purple and Celeste (Bluebird) with a White barrulet wavy, overall a Hawaiian war club, in base superimposed over the dagger’s handle are two Puloulous saltirewise all in Proper colors.

Symbolism
Purple and white are the colors associated with Civil Affairs. Yellow/gold denotes high achievement and excellence. The light blue represents the great Pacific and highlights the unit’s location at Fort Shafter, Hawaii. The wooden dagger with the shark’s teeth is a traditional Hawaiian war club. A Puloulou, a wooden staff with a ball attached wrapped in white cloth, signifies authority and stability. It was placed by the hut and warned the passer-by that the ground was in possession of the king or chiefs. The two Hawaiian images symbolize the transition from conflict to peacetime activities, underscoring the Civil Affairs mission.

Background
The shoulder sleeve insignia was approved on 5 March 2008. (TIOH Drawing Number A-1-960)

Another category of: Civil Affairs

Civil Affairs Command with ERROR 353rd Civil Affairs Brigade Patch. US Army 360th Civil Affairs brigade Нарукавный знак 364-й бригады по связи с гражданской администрацией и населением. Нарукавный знак 361-й бригады по связи с гражданской администрацией и населением.
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