US ARMY CENTERS & SCHOOLS
 


COMPANY & BATTERY GUIDONS    COLD WAR ERA
 

Notes
 

Cold War-era Centers and Schools of the US Army were authorized guidons. If applicable these were of the same design as the corresponding organizational flags. Certain schools, such as NCO academies of divisions, had guidons with a teal blue field and the school designation in yellow under the higher units shoulder sleeve insignia. Teal blue and yellow are the Branch Immaterial colors.

Dimensions for guidons were 20 inches at the hoist by 27 inches on the fly with a 10-inch fork. Older guidons were made of cotton or wool bunting; newer ones of heavyweight rayon banner cloth. Since guidons were only replaced when they become worn out, both types were in service during the Cold War era.

See also Organizational Flags of US Army Centers & Schools.
 

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BRANCH SCHOOLS

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, ARMOR SCHOOL

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
1st BRIGADE

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
2nd BATTALION, 1st BRIGADE

 

COMPANY B
2nd BATTALION, 1st BRIGADE

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, ENGINEER SCHOOL

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
1st BRIGADE

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
3rd BATTALION, 1st BRIGADE

 

COMPANY C
3rd BATTALION, 1st BRIGADE

 

HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, FIELD ARTILLERY SCHOOL

 

HEADQUARTERS BATTERY
3rd BRIGADE

 

HEADQUARTERS BATTERY
1st BATTALION, 3rd BRIGADE

 

BATTERY B
1st BATTALION, 3rd BRIGADE

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, INFANTRY SCHOOL

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
1st BRIGADE

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
2nd BATTALION, 1st BRIGADE

 

COMPANY A
2nd BATTALION, 1st BRIGADE

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
AVIATION SCHOOL

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
MILITARY POLICE SCHOOL

 

HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
SIGNAL SCHOOL

 

OTHER SCHOOLS

   

NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER ACADEMY
3rd INFANTRY DIVISION
 

 

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