|TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER GUARD|
Description: A silver color metal badge 2 inches in width and 1 15/32 inches in height, consisting of an inverted open laurel wreath surmounted by a representation of the front elevation of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the upper section containing the three figures of Peace, Victory, and Valor, the base bearing in two lines the words "HONOR GUARD", all in low relief.
Date Approved: The Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Identification badge was established on 9 Sep 1957, by the Honorable Wilbur Brucker, Secretary of the Army.
Subdued Badge: Subdued badges are authorized in cloth. The cloth badge has olive green base cloth with the badge in black and olive green embroidery.