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  1. 101st Airborne Division Combat Service Identification Badge - CavHooah.com

    101st Airborne Division Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.50

    <p>101st Airborne Division Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB).</p>
    <p>The CSIB takes its design from the unit Shoulder Sleeve Insignia, which is described as:On a shield 2-1/2 inches (6.35 cm) in height overall, Sable the head of a bald eagle Proper. Attached above the insignia is a Black tab inscribed “AIRBORNE” in Yellow.</p>
    <p>The design is based on one of the Civil War traditions of the State of Wisconsin, this State being the territory of the original 101st Division. The eagle alludes to “Old Abe,” the famous war eagle carried into combat during the Civil War by the 8th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. The double “A” refers to the nickname “All American Division” adopted by the organization in France during World War I.</p>
    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p> Learn More
  2. 82nd Airborne Division Combat Service Identification Badge - CavHooah.com

    82nd Airborne Division Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.50

    <p>82nd Airborne Division Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB).</p>
    <p>The CSIB takes its design from the unit Shoulder Sleeve Insignia, which is described as: Upon a red square 2 3/8 inches (6.03 cm) on a side a blue disc 1 3/4 inches (4.45 cm) in diameter with the letters AA in white. The inner elements of the two A’s vertical lines and the outer elements arcs of a circle 1 3/8 inches (3.49 cm) in diameter, elements of the letters 1/8 inch (.32 cm) in width. Attached immediately above the square is a blue tab with the word “AIRBORNE” in white.</p>
    <p>The double “A” refers to the nickname “All American Division” adopted by the organization in France during World War I.</p>
    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p> Learn More
  3. 21st Cavalry Brigade Combat Service Identification Badge

    21st Cavalry Brigade Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.50

    <p>21st Cavalry Brigade Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB).</p>
    <p>The CSIB design replicates the unit Shoulder Sleeve Insignia, which is described as: On a shield divided bend sinisterwise red and white with a 1/8 inch (.32 cm) black border, 3 3/8 inches (8.57 cm) in height and 2 3/8 inches (6.03 cm) in width overall, a yellow eagle in flight. The eagle in flight refers to the unit’s heritage as the Combat Aviation Training Brigade and the Apache Training Brigade. Red and white are the colors designated for Cavalry units.</p>
    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p> Learn More
  4. 3rd Cavalry Regiment Combat Service Identification Badge

    3rd Cavalry Regiment Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.50

    <p>3rd Cavalry Regiment Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB).</p>
    <p>The 3rd Cavalry Regiment's original insignia was a trumpet, not the crossed sabers of other dragoon regiments, which were the only other mounted units in the Army at that time. The trumpet surmounts the crest on the Regimental Coat of Arms and appears on the present day Regimental Distinctive Unit Insignia. The 3rd Cavalry Regiment CSIB, also commonly referred to as "the bug" due to its shape, displays the motto "Brave Rifles"</p>
    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p>
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  5. 2d Cavalry Regiment Combat Service Identification Badge

    2d Cavalry Regiment Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.50

    <p>2d Cavalry Regiment Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)</p>
    <p>The original Shoulder Sleeve Insignia (SSI) is described as: On a black disc within a 1/8 inch (.32 cm) yellow border 2 3/4 inches (6.99 cm) in diameter overall, a yellow octagonal with concave sides a green scalloped circle bearing a white fleur-de-lis all above a green motto scroll bearing the inscription “Toujours Prêt” in yellow letters.</p>
    <p>The design of the CSIB is based on the Regiment’s distinctive insignia. The yellow octagonal simulates the eight pointed star insignia worn by dragoons, the 2d Cavalry having been originally formed as the Second Regiment of Dragoons in 1836. The green scalloped circle, simulating a palmetto leaf, represents the Regiment’s first action against the Seminole Indians in Florida, where the palmetto leaf grows in abundance. The fleur-de-lis is for combat service in France in both World War I and World War II.</p>
    <p>The motto "Toujours Prêt” (Always Ready) expresses the spirit and élan of the 2d Cavalry Regiment.</p>
    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p> Learn More
  6. 1st Cavalry Division Combat Service Identification Badge - CavHooah.com

    1st Cavalry Division Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.50

    <p>1st Cavalry Division Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)</p>
    <p>The original Shoulder Sleeve Insignia (SSI) is described as: On a yellow triangular Norman shield with rounded corners 5 1/4 inches in height overall, a black diagonal stripe extending over the shield from upper left to lower right and in the upper right a black horse's head cut off diagonally at the neck all within a 1/8 inch green border. T</p>
    <p>The color yellow, the traditional Cavalry color, and the horse's head refer to the Division's original Cavalry structure. Black, symbolic of iron, alludes to the transition to tanks and armor. The black diagonal stripe represents a sword baldric and is a mark of military honor; it also implies movement "up the field" and thus symbolizes aggressive élan and attack. The one diagonal bend, as well as the one horse's head, also alludes to the Division's numerical designation.</p>
    <p>The First Cavalry Division is commonly referred to as "The First Team".</p>
    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p> Learn More
  7. 1st Infantry Division Combat Service Identification Badge - CavHooah.com

    1st Infantry Division 1ID Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.75

    <p>1st Infantry Division Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)</p>
    <p>The original Shoulder Sleeve Insignia is described as: On an olive drab shield 2 1/2 inches (6.35 cm) in width and 3 3/4 inches (9.53 cm) in height overall (the parallel sides 2 1/2 inches (6.35 cm) in length with a 90 degree angle pointed base) a red Arabic numeral "1" (1 3/4 inches (4.45 cm) in height overall). The CSIB is a gold color metal and enamel device 2 inches (5.08 cm) in height consisting of a design similar to the shoulder sleeve insignia.</p>
    <p>The First Infantry Division insignia is commonly referred to as the "Big Red One", or the "BRO". The unit's motto is "Duty First", and as many Troopers say, "If you're gonna be one, be a Big Red One!"</p>
    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p> Learn More
  8. 10th Mountain Division Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    10th Mountain Division Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.50

    <p>101st Airborne Division Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB).</p>
    <p>The CSIB takes its design from the unit Shoulder Sleeve Insignia, which is described as The 10th Mountain shoulder patch consists of a white-bordered powder keg. The powder keg is in blue and, superimposed on it are two red bayonets crossed so as to form the Roman numeral “X”. The bayonets represent the Infantry and the numerical designation of the Division.</p>

    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p> Learn More
  9. 3rd Infantry Division Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    3rd Infantry Division Army Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)

    $14.50

    <p>3rd Infantry Division Combat Service Identification Badge (CSIB)</p>
    <p>The original Shoulder Sleeve Insignia (SSI) is described as: Upon a blue square 2 inches (5.08 cm), three white stripes each 3/8 inch (.95 cm) in width from heraldic sinister chief to dexter base; the blue background between the white stripes also being 3/8 inch (.95 cm) in width; all within a 1/8 inch (.32 cm) Army Green border.
    The overall dimension is 2 1/4 inches (5.72 cm) on each side.</p>
    <p>The 3rd Infantry Division insignia is commonly referred to as "The Blue and White Devils". Their motto is "Nous Resterons La" (We Shall Remain There)</p>
    <p>New CSIBs will be added as they become available so check back often!</p> Learn More
  10. Expert Infantry

    Expert Infantry Badge EIB

    $7.00

    Expert Infantry Badge EIB Learn More

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