U.S. ARMY 107TH CAVALRY REGIMENT UNIT CREST

The 107th Cavalry Regiment unit crest, officially re-ferred to as a Regimental Distinctive Insignia and worn by all Squadrons that have not been approved their own Distinctive Unit Insignia, was approved for wear on 8 March 1927. It features a bend sinister (horizontal band running from viewer’s upper right to lower left) that is charged with ailerons; the imagery is taken from the arms of Lorraine to represent its service in three World War I campaigns (Ypres-Lys, Meuse-Argonne, Lorraine 1918), and the red is used to indicate the Regiment served as Field Artillery at the time.

A Roman sword in the upper right represents the War With Spain (better known as the Spanish-American War), while the cactus below the bend denotes service along the Mexican border prior to World War I.

A scroll with red letters reads “FACERE NON DICERE,” the unit motto that translates into English as “To Act, Not To Speak” and expresses the Regiment’s readiness for combat in defense of the nation.
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