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1-5

Questions on 1-5 IN history

QuestionAnswer
What does the single arrow on the red banner represent on the unit crest? The battle of Tippecanoe
What do the seven cannons represent on the unit crest? The seven cannons captured in the battle of Lundy's Lane
Who's crest is 1-5's crest a modification of? General Nelson A. Miles
What do the nine arrows in the unit crest represent? The nine Indian campaigns
When was 1-5's coat of arms approved? The coat of arms was originally approved on 27 May 1921
When was 1-5's coat of arms amended? June 29 1922
What do the colors red, green, and white represent on the unit crest? The Mexican war
How many Medal of Honor recipients does 1-5 have? 50, but it has received 51 medals
When was the 5th infantry formed? Congress authorized the formation of the 5th Infantry on April 12, 1808
True or False. The 5th infantry is the third oldest active unit? True
Created by: mattcobbs