Army Jag Corps Officer Pair

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  • Approved by the U.S. Institute of Heraldry M-37 Hallmark
  • Official issue, AR 670-1 Approved for Wear. USA Made
  • Non-tarnish, 22k Gold-plated finish
  • Worn on Army Service Uniform (ASU) and The New AGSU
  • Sold as Pair
In May of 1980 a sword and pressed cross with a wreath embroidered came into the military tradition in the form of silver. Then in 1899, the color of the badge went from silver to gold to represent Army Jag Corps officers. The pen on the badge represents the recording of testimony and the sword represents military character. And to round up the wreath embodies honor on the badge. The branch enlisted the insignia of this branch and was authorized on August 4th, 1967. Comes in one pair and is ready for use on Army Service Uniform (ASU) and the new ASGU. This is an official issue, AR 670-1 Approved for Wear, USA Made, and with a non-tarnish, 22k Gold-plated finish.
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SKU B374
UPC 810017201433
Brand Medals of America
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