was the distinction awarded by General George Gordon Meade to the 14th Infantry Regiment of the Army of the Potomac…
On 23 MAY 1865, in the city of Washington DC there was a “GRAND REVIEW” of the Army and it was then and their that the 14th was awarded their motto for their fighting intensity in several of the battles of the Civil War. To that end I present to you the latest heraldry notecard added to the growing collection about the US military. In this case, the US Army.
Currently the 14th has two active Battalions – the first is attached to the 25th ID at Schofield Barracks in Hawaii, while the second is attached to the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, NY.
Printed in the United States on high quality card stock and matching envelopes, they are hand folded with 5 notecards/envelopes in a package. You can purchase packages of 14th Infantry notecards either plain or personalized(there is a 25 notecard minimum order required for personalization).
Please contact John Michael for more information. Just click on his name.
Have a different favorite Regiment, Division, or ? John Michael probably has or can develop notecards for you. Please contact him.
These along with all the other military heraldry notecards will be included later in the new on-line store that is under development.
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