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46th Adjutant General Battalion (U.S. Army) Black Coffee Cup 15oz

46th Adjutant General Battalion (U.S. Army) Black Coffee Cup 15oz

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46th Adjutant General Battalion (U.S. Army) Black Coffee Cup 15oz Whether you're drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between—this mug's for you! It's sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that'll withstand the microwave and dishwasher. • Ceramic • 15 oz mug dimensions: 4.7″ (12 cm) in height, 3.35″ (8.5 cm) in diameter • Dishwasher and microwave safe


A Gold color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height consisting of a Gold triangle, one point surmounted by a shield blazoned:  Azure, two lightning bolt swords in saltire Gules hilted Or and overall a quill Argent; on a chief embattled of the third between two palm fronds fesswise Vert a mullet of the first.  Attached below the shield a Red scroll doubled and inscribed "BEGIN WITH THE BEST" in Gold.

Dark blue and scarlet are the branch colors of The Adjutant General's Corps; gold is symbolic of excellence.  The quill represents the administrative mission of The Adjutant General's Corps.  The swords stand for combat readiness and their red lightning bolt blades symbolize action and courage.  The "embattled" division of the shield resembles a fortress and denotes military strength and preparedness.  Combined with the color gold, it refers to Fort Knox, the national gold reserve, and the location of the unit.  The two palm branches, emblems of victory, honor the unit's two World War II campaign participation credits for New Guinea and Luzon.  The star symbolizes its Philippine Unit Citation.  The unit's location and affiliation with the Armor School and Center are represented by the triangle, a symbol long associated with Armor and typifying strength, support and stability.

The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 4 September 1987.


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