Take part in the creation of encyclopedia WorldMilitary.

Become a co-author and You can:

  • add information
  • edit sections
  • publish articles
  • participate in contests
  • receive news
  • disable ads

Sing in to WorldMilitary

Forgot password?

Registration of the new user

A password will be e-mailed to you

Special Forces Patch. US Army

To change information
Designed by Captain John W. Frye of the Original 10th Special Forces Group that had forward deployed to Bad Tolz.

Background: The shoulder sleeve insignia was originally approved on 22 Aug 1955.

It was amended to add an airborne tab on 20 Nov 1958.

Description: On a teal blue arrowhead 3 1/8 inches (7.94cm) in height and 2 inches (5.08cm) in width, point up, a yellow dagger, its blade surmounted by three yellow lightning flashes, bendwise in pale, all inset 1/8 inch (.32cm) from the edge of the arrowhead. On a tab placed 3/16 (.48cm) inch above the insignia, the word "AIRBORNE" in yellow letters on a black background.

Another category of: Special Operations Command

U.S. Army Special Operations Command Patch. JFK Center for Special Warfare Special Operations Command, Central (U.S. Army Element) Patch Special Operations Command, South (U.S. Army Element) Patch. US Army Special operation command NORTH
Ads by Google: