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  • 1. 

    When was the 73rd Ordnance Battalion Unit reactivated in Fort Gordon Georgia?

    The 73rd Ordnance Battalion Unit was reactivated on October 1, 1994 in Fort Gordon, Georgia.

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    What is the oldest military device of the United States Army?

    The oldest military device of the United States Army is the Flaming bomb with crossed cannons. This symbol, also known as the "Ordnance Corps insignia," represents the Army's artillery branch. It has been used since the early 1800s and is a significant part of the Army's history and tradition. The flaming bomb with crossed cannons symbolizes the power and effectiveness of the Army's artillery forces, which have played a crucial role in military operations throughout history.

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    When was the Ordnance Corp Regimental Crest adopted?(The Flaming bomb with crossed cannons.)

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    What was the Ordnance Corp Regimental Crest first used as?

    The Ordnance Corp Regimental Crest was first used as a button.

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    Before its adoption by the Army, the flaming bomb  was the insignia of .......

    The flaming bomb insignia was used by the British Grenadier Guards, Royal Horse Artillery, and Royal Engineers before it was adopted by the Army.

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    When was "Ordnance Department U.S.A." adopted unto the crest?

    In 1833, the "Ordnance Department U.S.A." was adopted onto the crest.

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    The flaming bomb became the Ordnance Insignia after the War of

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    What does the three swords in the 73rd Ordnance Crest represent?

    The three swords in the 73rd Ordnance Crest represent courage, ingenuity, and perseverance. These qualities are essential for members of the 73rd Ordnance Battalion, which is responsible for providing ammunition support to the U.S. Army. Courage is needed to face dangerous situations, ingenuity is required to find creative solutions to complex problems, and perseverance is necessary to overcome challenges and achieve mission success. The three swords symbolize these important characteristics that are valued within the unit.

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    Whats the birthday of the Ordnance Corp?

    The birthday of the Ordnance Corp is on May 14, 1812 or 14 May 1812.

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    United States Army's birthday?

    The United States Army's birthday is on June 14, 1775. This date marks the establishment of the Continental Army, which would later become the United States Army. On this day, the Continental Congress authorized the enlistment of soldiers to serve in the army, making it the oldest branch of the United States military. This date is celebrated each year as the Army's birthday, honoring the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve in the Army.

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    What is the Ordnance Corp's motto?

    The Ordnance Corp's motto, "Armament for Peace," reflects their mission and purpose. As an organization responsible for the development, acquisition, storage, and distribution of weapons, ammunition, and other military supplies, their goal is to ensure the readiness and effectiveness of the armed forces. By providing armament, they contribute to maintaining peace and security, as a well-equipped military is a deterrent against aggression and a means to protect and defend a nation and its interests.

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