Regimental Crests are symbolic emblems which depict an Army regiment's historical past. Each item on the crest serves to symbolize an event, battle, location, deed etc. that the regiment or parts of the regiment experienced. Different units composing the regiment usually have their own distinctive crest, which is primarily composed of elements from the parent regimental crest.
The link below displays regimental crests for Army Air Defense. This page is in a developmental process. The Society's goal is to collect and display all crests worn by all Nike Ajax and Hercules units, to include Regular Army and National Guard. Along with the crests, we plan to list the lineage for each unit, battalion, and battery. This project will take some time and effort. Anyone out there that can help out, please contact our historian at email@example.com .
The Society thanks James Rhodes for the suggestion and inspiration to create this page.
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