The 22nd Support Command unit patch—Shoulder Sleeve Insignia in official parlance—was originally approved for the 22nd Field Army Support Command on 18 October 1966, but was redesignated for 22nd Support Command on 16 December 1990. A pair of quill pins reflects the massive amount of administrative recordkeeping that 22nd Support Command was required to do to meet the support needs not only of the U.S. Army, but also other U.S. military branches and even coalition partners during the preparation and execution of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Arrowheads have been used to replace nibs on the pens to symbolize swiftness and military preparation.

During Operation Desert Shield, the 22nd Support Command emerged from the Provisonal Support Command, which was derived from a command called ARCENT (Forward) that had been created to channel noncorps personnel to their appropriate destination. It became PSC, a subordinate ARCENT unit, on 19 August 1990 and within six week had moved over 100,000 personnel and discharged nearly forty ships. On 16 December, PSC was redesignated as 22nd Support Command—and given the insignia of the long-inactive 22nd Field Army Support Command.

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