54th Infantry Regiment (United States)
The 54th Infantry Regiment (periodically also known as the 54th Armored Infantry Regiment) is a regiment of the United States Army, first constituted for World War I and existing today as a basic training unit stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia.
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... Shield Azure a bend Or,in base a ragged tree trunk eradicated Argent on a sinister canton of the last a scaling ladder Vert ... Motto €I will cast my shoe over it.€ Symbolism Shield This Regiment was organized in 1917 from the 6th Infantry which is shown on the canton ... The shield is blue for Infantrywith a gold bend taken from the arms of Alsace where the Regiment saw its first and hardest service in World War I ...
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