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Combined Field Army Patch (ROK-US). Alpha Units. US Army

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Description
On a light blue Roman shield 3 ¼ inches height and 2 ½ inches on width divided horizontally by a black bar, a white star charged with a Korean taeguk (red above and blue below) all within a 1/8 inch white border.

Symbolism
The light blue identifies the unit?s close connection with the United Nations. The Roman shield shape refers to the "Shield of Seoul" and the black bar represents the Demilitarized Zone defining the unit?s mission of defense and maintaining the peace. The Combined Field Army?s forces are symbolized by the star (US) combined with the taeguk (ROK).

Background
The shoulder sleeve insignia was authorized on 7 Jan 1983.

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