The 130th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade’s Shoulder Sleeve Insignia, or unit patch, was approved in July 1974 when the Brigade was designated as the 30th Engineer Brigade. Its description was subsequently amended in January 1975 to correct the dimensions. It was redesignated for the 130th Combat Support Brigade (Maneuver Enhancement) in 2006 and again in 2008 for the 130th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade.

Scarlet and white have long been Corps of Engineer colors, just as the tower has been a longstanding symbol used to represent Engineering units. The truss upon which the towers rest is another mainstay image in Engineering heraldry, symbolizing the support Engineers provide for combat troops; here, the trusses are designed to create three of the Roman numeral “X” to allude to the unit’s numerical designation at the time.

Currently assigned to the North Carolina Army National Guard, the 130th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade combat history stretches back to World War I and its designation as the 105th Engineer Regiment. Assigned to the 30th Infantry Division, it took part in the Hundred Day’s offensive and helped break the Hindenburg Line in the area around St. Quentin, inspiring the unit motto of “Ever Dependable.”

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