13th Armor Regiment

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The Division insignia consists of three diagonal stripes 5/16 wide and 5/16 apart, superimposed diagonally upon a dark blue field 2 square. When sewed on the left shoulder even with the seam, as prescribed in General Orders from G. H.Q., the three stripes should run from the upper rear corner downward to the front lower corner.

The clear field of blue stands for the loyalty, steadfastness and undying devotion to the principles of right and justice by the American soldier. The three clear cut white stripes stand dually, for the three operations up to the signing of the Armistice, of which the 3rd Division took part (Marne, St. Mihiel, and Argonne- Meuse), and for the numeral designation of the Division

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