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Badges, Distinctive Unit Insignia and Combat Service Identification Badges (CSIB's).
Army Reserve Sustainment Command style # D6849
SW D6849 Army Reserve Sustainment Command **Sold in pairs

A gold color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall consisting of a gold rayed disc bearing a disc divided per pall white, red and blue encircled with gold compass points, in dexter on the red field are two gold stars palewise and in sinister on the blue field are two gold stars of the like; in pale throughout issuing from base is a bronze arrow with sides curved slightly inward; overall around the base is a green scroll, ending in points with a gold rivet, inscribed with "UNUS SUSTINEO PLURES" in gold letters.

Gold is emblematic of honor and high ideals. The colors and configuration of the disc refer to Army Materiel Command and support to its subordinate elements. The four stars represent the strength, experience, knowledge, and support. The compass points and rayed lines on the back disc signify a compass rose and highlight the worldwide mission of the Command. The arrow, flaring up from the base, represents the focus to bring the strength of both officers and enlisted to the one focus or point to support the mission of many. It also underscores the Command's motto which translates to "One Sustains Many." The green of the motto scroll points out the United States Army and its total readiness.

The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 7 May 2010.

Army Reserve Sustainment Command style # D6849

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