The Distinctive Unit Insignia or the Unit Crest for the 30th Medical Brigade was redesignated for the 30th Medical Brigade on October 16, 2013. The Maroon on the shield and white on the sword are the colors traditionally associated with the Medical Corps. The blades of the sword and daggers themselves designate the unit as a military organization, and the serpent references the Staff of Aesculapius, wich represents the unit's medical heritage. The star in the mouth of the serpent denotes Texas, its state of origination. The motto, "In Cruce Mea Fides" means “In The Cross Is My Faith”, is expressive of the confidence placed in the medical functioning of the original organization.
The design of the distinctive unit insignia has seen almost as many changes as the designation of the unit itself.  Originally approved for the 30th Medical Regiment on February 10, 1943. It was amended to correct the description on June 26, 1943. It was subsequently rescinded in 1959, but then reinstated and redesignated for the 30th Medical Group on June 16, 1966. The description and symbolism both were revised and redesignated for the 30th Medical Brigade on December 10, 1993. That was the last revision, but it was redesignated twice more: Once as a command and finally as the 30th Medical Brigade on October 16, 2013.
We do also offer the 30th medical Brigade Unit Patch and Combat Service Identification Badge

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