United States Army Adjutant General Regimental Corps Crest
The Adjutant General Regimental Corps Crest is one of the Army’s 14 Regimental Insignias. The Regimental Corps Crest signifies each service member's unique regiment and is worn over the right breast pocket on the Class A uniform. The Adjutant General Regimental Corps Crest’s inner white border signifies unity and the good conscience of those who have done their duty. The inner red, white and blue shield is the insignia of The Adjutant General's Corps and the gold laurel wreath around its base stands for excellence in mission accomplishment. The Adjutant General's Corps was created in 1775, hence the year inside the crest. The color red symbolizes valor and the blood shed in our war for independence. The insignia was approved for wear on December 23, 1986.