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Soldiers' Support Institute

Soldiers' Support Institute United States Army.

Worn from:
1 July 1974 - 14 November 1980.

Institute of Personnel and Resource Management.
Worn from:
11 November 1980 - 12 May 1988.

Soldiers' Support Center.
Worn from:
12 May 1988 - 5 May 1994.

Soldiers' Support Institute United States Army.
Worn from:
5 May 1994 - Current.

The green field represents the green of the country-side
where Fort Benjamin Harrison is located. The silver torch
and blue heneage knot are adapted from the shoulder-sleeve
insignia of the center's parent organization, the United States
Army Institute of Administration; the torch represents knowledge
imparted by the schools which comprise the center, and the heneage
knot represents prior training missions at Fort Benjamin Harrison,
with gold and silver representing the enduring value of the knowledge
imparted by the schools that comprise the center
(Finance and Adjutant General).

During 1995 - 1996, the center was relocated to Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
The two white stars are symbolic of guidance and leadership.

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