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Tartan Details - US Army Civil Affairs

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "US Army Civil Affairs" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10255
Designer: USA Kilts & Starbuck, Stephen
Tartan date: 14/06/2010
Registration date: 28 July 2010
Category: Military
Restrictions: Yes. Only members of CA that hold the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) of 38A or 38B. They can prove this by submitting a DD214 or ERB/ORB with everything blacked out except Name and MOS to protect their privacy. For approval, please contact: Stephen Starbuck 45 Stonewall Court Spring Lake, NC 28390 910-728-7313 stephen.starbuck@us.army.mil

Kilts and products from this tartan may only be made by USA Kilts, Inc. www.USAKilts.com

Registration notes: The primary colours of the tartan, green and black, represent the US Army as a whole: purple and white are specific to Civil Affairs and reflect their shoulder patch; they are outlined in gold to signify the purity of their purpose and their warrior ethic, and represent Civil Affairs lineage and heritage tracing back to the 95th Military Government Group, activated on 25th August 1945. They stand alone to reflect the fact that Civil Affairs is a separate branch and quite often operates in an isolated fashion. Finally, the black and red have been woven to flank all of the colours. This is in remembrance of fallen and departed comrades from Civil Affairs whose deeds and actions in the past have directed the future. Tartan approved by Colonel James J Wolff, Commander of the only Civil Affairs formation in the active component of the US Army and the senior officer of the Civil Affairs regiment in the regular army.
Registrant details: Mr William C. Roeger III, USA Kilts 3389 Schuylkill Rd, Spring City, Pa, United States, 19475
rocky@usakilts.com
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