The design of the 2nd Support Command Shoulder Sleeve Insignia (“unit patch) was initially approved on 15 February 1966 when the unit was still designated the 2nd Support Brigade. It was redesignated for the 2nd Support Command (Corps) in 1973 with no change in design. The unit was redesignated yet again as the 2nd Corps Support Command in 1988 and retained this same insignia.

Like the insignia of many Support or Sustainment units, the 2nd Support Command unit patch uses chevrons to convey the idea of support. Here, the sword’s placement on the chevrons creates the image of a belt holding up or "supporting" a sword, thus symbolizing the unit's mission of providing support for combat troops. While the message could have been conveyed just as easily with one chevron, a pair of them also recalls the unit's numerical designation.

Learn more about the 2nd Support Command on its CSIB page, or add the Command’s Distinctive Unit Insignia to your shopping cart.

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