List of military unit mottoes by country. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This ... Oculus exercitus (Latin for "the eye of the army") Kommando Spezialkräfte (Special Forces Command): Facit omnia voluntas (Latin for "the will is decisive") ... "May the Lord of the oceans be auspicious unto us" Corps of Army Air Defence "Aakasey satrun jahi ...
Many units of the United States Armed Forces have distinctive mottoes.Such mottoes are used in order to "reflect and reinforce" each unit's values and traditions. Mottoes are used by both military branches and smaller units. While some mottoes are official, others are unofficial. Some mottoes appear on unit patches, such as the U.S. Army's distinctive unit insignia.
Just about every military unit has a motto of sorts, but some are way cooler than others. From "get some" to "fire from the clouds," we looked around the world for some of the military's best mottos. Here's what we found: 1. "Whatever It Takes" 1st Battalion, 4th Marines: Stationed at Camp Pendleton...
In English to Latin, US Army, Slogans and Mottos. ... The motto of United States Army Europe is 'Historic: Born at Sea, Baptized in Blood, Crowned in Glory'. share with friends.
Military mottos from all US Armed Forces branches. Site Content - Quotes Menu - Unit Mottos - ... Mottos > US Armed Forces mottos. United States Armed Forces Mottos Mottos from all US Armed Forces Branches US Armed Forces Mottos: ... US Army Transportation Centre "Know the Earth, Show the Way" ...
The unit mottos of the 82nd Airborne (“All the way!”) and the 101st Airborne (“Rendezvous with Destiny”) are pretty well known. As a rule, military unit mottos tend to be 1) written in Latin, and 2) framed around the core values of the armed forces.
Popular US Army Slogans, Sayings, and Mottos. Posted By Adam Levine — November 12, 2012. In honor of Veterans Day, we wanted to post some popular military slogans & sayings this week as a resource for soldiers, vets, and family of those serving. So throughout the week we will be posting slogans for each branch of the military — starting ...
A subordinate unit of USASOC, US Army Special Forces (AKA Green Berets) have a pretty cool latin motto of their own, “De Oppresso Liber”, which translates more or less to “To free the oppressed”.
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FORT BRAGG, N.C. — Top Army leaders have ordered its elite Special Forces unit to change its motto from the Latin “De Opresso Liber” (To liberate the oppressed) to something that would be more culturally sensitive, after a large number of Afghans holding child sex slaves have complained. “We want to make sure we are not offending our […]