• Southwest Asia -- Col. Edward J. O'Neill, 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade commander places the combat patch on Command Sgt. Maj. John W. Foley, 108th ADA Brigade senior enlisted advisor here June 20. A combat patch is worn as a badge of honor, signifying to other veterans, Soldiers and family members that they have deployed in defense of the country. (US. Army Photo by SSG Regina R. Machine, 108th ADA Brigade/Released)

    108th ADA Soldiers receive combat patches

    Southwest Asia -- Col. Edward J. O'Neill, 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade commander places the combat patch on Command Sgt. Maj. John W. Foley, 108th ADA Brigade senior enlisted advisor here June 20. A combat patch is worn as a badge of honor...

  • Southwest Asia -- Lt. Col. Thomas Kokes, deputy commanding officer, 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, places the shoulder sleeve insignia on the uniform of Sgt. Major Marc Van Horn, operations sergeant major, 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, here June 20. To receive the shoulder insignia formerly known as the combat patch a Soldier must have been in country for at least 30 days. A combat patch is worn as a badge of honor, signifying to other veterans, Soldiers and family members that they have deployed in defense of the country.
 (US. Army Photo by SSG Regina R. Machine, 108th ADA Brigade/Released)

    108th ADA Soldiers receive combat patches

    Southwest Asia -- Lt. Col. Thomas Kokes, deputy commanding officer, 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, places the shoulder sleeve insignia on the uniform of Sgt. Major Marc Van Horn, operations sergeant major, 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade...

  • Southwest Asia -- Soldiers of 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade stand proud as they are awarded their shoulder sleeve insignia here June 20. This insignia was formerly known as the combat patch, signifying to all that the Soldiers who wore them had deployed in support of missions worldwide. Through ceremonies like this, the command enforces the significance of serving the country. These Soldiers of the 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade took part in a time-honored tradition that few Soldiers in the future will be able to participate in.   (US. Army Photo by SSG Regina R. Machine, 108th ADA Brigade/Released)

    108th ADA Soldiers receive combat patches

    Southwest Asia -- Soldiers of 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade stand proud as they are awarded their shoulder sleeve insignia here June 20. This insignia was formerly known as the combat patch, signifying to all that the Soldiers who wore them had...

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