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Quartermaster History

Quartermaster Flag:

 

Quartermaster Flag

The flag for the U.S. Army Quartermaster Center is buff with light blue fringe. The insignia for the Quartermaster Center is centered on the flag.

 

Quartermaster Flag

The flag for the U.S. Army Quartermaster School is buff with light blue fringe. The device of the School is centered on the flag

 

Quartermaster Distictive Insignia

The distinctive insignia is the shield of the coat of arms of the U.S. Army Quartermaster School. The shield is buff, the color of the Quartermaster Corps, which with the blue bend gives the colonial colors and indicates the early organization of the Corps. The Liberty Bell suggests the city which gave birth to the Corps and in which the School originated.

Shield:

Buff, a bend Azure fimbriated Argent, between in sinister chief the Liberty Bell and in dexter base the Lamp of Knowledge upon a closed book, all Proper (bronze bell, dark oak yoke, black iron bolts and straps; bronze lamp, red flame, blue book with gold lines and edges).

Crest:

On a wreath of the colors (Argent and Buff) the insignia of the Quartermaster Corps Proper (as of 1925).

Motto:

FAMAM EXTENDIMUS FACTIS (We Spread Our Fame by Our Deeds).

 

This page was last updated on: November 18, 2020