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Engineer Insignia

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Engineer Insignia
  Continental Congress authority for a "Chief Engineer for the Army" dates from June 16, 1775. A corps of Engineers for the United States was authorized by the Congress on March 11, 1779. The Corps of Engineers as it is known today came into being on March 16, 1802, when the President was authorized to "organize and establish a Corps of Engineers ... that the said Corps ... shall be stationed at West Point in the State of New York and shall constitute a Military Academy." A Corps of Topographical Engineers, authorized on July 4,1838, was merged with the Corps of Engineers on March 1863

*Approx 2″ width, chrome plated, zinc alloy
*Attaches with 3M adhesive

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