The 184th Sustainment Command Shoulder Sleeve Insignia was first approved on 2 January 1969 when it was designated the 184th Transportation Command, and then was redesignated thrice—once when the unit became a brigade, second time when it was converted to a Support Command, and lastly when it received its current designation on 28 July 2011. It is somewhat surprising that the imagery was not altered somewhat to reflect the various responsibilities that fall to a Sustainment Command as opposed to a Transportation Brigade or even a Transportation Command.

The 184th Sustainment Command unit patch is available in a full-color version that is authorized for wear only on the old Army Class “A” Green Service uniform; it also comes in two versions, OCP and UCP, authorized for wear on the Army Combat Uniform (ACU) and similar utility uniforms. OCP is designed for wear on the Army’s new ACUs that were introduced in the summer of 2015 featuring the Operational Camouflage Pattern; UCP is the acronym for Universal Camouflage Pattern, which is the camo that was employed on the first-generation ACUs. Please be sure you choose the appropriate patch for your uniform’s camouflage style.

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