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image by Tom Gregg, 13 June 1998
Organizational Flag, Training Battalion of a School Brigade, The Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, OK. The device in the canton comes from the distinctive unit insignia of the FA School. The organizational color of school brigades is the same pattern but with just the brigade number in the upper fly.
Tom Gregg, 13 June 1998
image by Tom Gregg, 9 June 1998
Guidon, Battery B, 1st Battalion, 3rd Brigade, The Field Artillery School (Ft. Sill, OK). The device in the canton is from the coat of arms of the FA School. The brigade number is in the upper fly; the battalion number and the battery letter are below the canton. Red and yellow are the FA branch colors. The FA School carries out all types of training for the FA branch: enlisted entry training, officer basic and advanced training, specialized training, etc.
Tom Gregg, 9 June 1998