Posted on Feb 17, 2017
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Most (all?) Non-combat MOS's fall under a regimental corps ( ie. Med / M.I. / AG / Signal ) and have a corresponding corps regimental insignia / affiliation. The Army and Institute of Heraldry has approved collar insignia for enlisted and warrant officers in E.W, but there is no mention of a new regimental crest or which regiment E.W. falls under if it doesn't have its own. Is it signal? or M.I.?
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SSG Ew Tactical Team Nco
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Neither. They have not established a regimental crest yet.
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LTC Stephen C. - Appreciate that sir, but it is in need of an update anyway.
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That's cute sir! LTC Stephen C. -
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How did you do that with the picture?? Some kind of field grade wizardry???
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LTC Stephen C.
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Believe me, SPC (Join to see) , I'm no computer wizard by a long shot! Most applications such as Microsoft Office, Paint, etc., have a horizontal/vertical "flip " feature. I simply saved the pic, flipped it, and uploaded it again. A specialist showed me how to do it! :)
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Yes, 29E's are authorized to wear the Cyber RDI.
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PO1 Pete Sikes
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When did EWs come in Regiments?
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...your question doesn't make sense...
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PO1 Pete Sikes
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How many EWs are there and when would you need a Regiment's worth of them?
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There's not a full regiment of them. Under the "U.S. Army Regimental Organization System" (I think thats the right name) Non combat MOS's are affiliated with a specific "Corps." All 68series with Medical, all 25 series with Signal, that kind of thing. There is not an entire regiment of EWs, the pin that you wear to signify your regiment if you are combat arms, and your corps if you are non combat arms is just called the "Regimental Affiliation" or "Regimental Distinctive Insignia." Its just a name.
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