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35th Engineer Battalion

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You might be a TRUE AMERICAN if:  It  never occurred to you to be offended by the phrase, "One nation, under  God."

You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if:  You've never protested about seeing the 10 Commandments posted in  public  places.

You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if: You  still say "Christmas" instead of "Winter Festival."  


You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if: You  bow your head when someone prays.


You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if: You  stand and place your hand over your heart when  they  play the National Anthem.


You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if: You  treat
Viet Nam vets with great respect, and always have.

You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if: You've  never burned an American flag.


You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if: You  know what you believe and you aren't afraid to say so, no matter who is  listening.


You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if: You  respect your elders and expect your kids to do the same.  


You  might be a TRUE AMERICAN if: You'd  give your last dollar to a friend.

 

God Bless the U  S  A  !  

Git  'er done!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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Links to Combat Engineers and Valuable Information

Henry Lynn's Catering Website

50,000 Name on the Wall

Military Order Of The Purple Heart

19th Combat Engineer Battalion

Veteran Links by Kellum

84th Engineer Battalion

Mesothelioma Center (Asbestos.com)

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Distinctive Unit Insignia



Description:

On a silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86cm) in height overall consisting of a shield Gules, a bend archy Argent and four fleurs-de-lis in fess counterchanged. Attached below the shield a red scroll inscribed "ABILITY COURAGE RESULTS" in silver letters.

Symbolism:

The colors red and white are for Engineers. The arched bend, representing a road, symbolizes an outstanding accomplishment of the organization - participation in the construction of the Alcan Highway. The four fleurs-de-lis represent the World War II service in Europe.

Background:

The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 18 Apr 1952

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Coat of Arms

Blazon:

Shield: Gules, a bend archy Argent surmounted by four fleurs-de-lis in fess counterchanged.

Crest: From a wreath Argent and Gules, five pickaxes arched with bamboo handles Or, blades Argent (Silver Gray), overall a gear with eleven cogs of the last, detailed and fimbriated Azure surmounted by a torteau charged with a mullet Or.

Motto: ABILITY, COURAGE, RESULTS.

Symbolism:

Shield: Scarlet and white are the colors for the Corps of Engineers. The arched bend, representing a road, symbolizes an outstanding accomplishment of the organization - participation in the construction of the Alcan Highway. The four fleurs-de-lis represent the World War II service in Europe.

Crest: Scarlet and white are traditionally used by Engineer units. The gear and pickaxes symbolize the traditional Engineer mission; the five pickaxes and eleven gear cogs denote the decorations awarded to the battalion for participation in World War II and Vietnam. The bamboo handles and torteau with star signify the unit's service in Vietnam.

Background:

The coat of arms was originally approved on 18 Apr 1952. It was amended on 24 Feb 1999 to include a crest for the 35th Engineer Battalion.

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