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425th Civil Affairs Battalion

The distinctive unit insignia was approved on 13 October 1995. Purple is the primary color used by Civil Affairs units. The disc, representing a globe, is adapted from the Civil Affairs insignia of branch and symbolizes unit readiness worldwide. The torii stands for mission operations in Korea. The battalion's secondary mission in the Far East and unit associations with Hawaii and Santa Barbara are recalled by gold the disc, symbolizing the sun. The quill refers to the Civil Affairs mission and denotes administrative excellence. The palm frond alludes again to the unit's secondary mission. Gold stands for excellence, red for courage and sacrifice, blue for unit capabilities worldwide.

The coat of arms was approved 13 October 1995. Purple is the primary color used by Civil Affairs units. The disc, representing a globe, is adapted from the Civil Affairs insignia of branch and symbolizes unit readiness worldwide. The torii stands for mission operations in Korea. The battalion's secondary mission in the Far East and unit associations with Hawaii and Santa Barbara are recalled by gold the disc, symbolizing the sun. The quill refers to the Civil Affairs mission and denotes administrative excellence. The palm frond alludes again to the unit's secondary mission. Gold stands for excellence, red for courage and sacrifice, blue for unit capabilities worldwide.



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