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by Tom Gregg, 25 May 1998
Positional Color, Office of the Chief of the U.S. Army Reserve. The two-star general who heads the Army Reserve (but not the National Guard) displays this flag. The badge, showing the head of a colonial soldier within a wreath, is the insignia of the USAR. The numerals beneath the scroll refer to the ear in which the USAR was founded.
Tom Gregg, 25 May 1998
by Tom Gregg, 12 September 1999
The newly authorized Organizational Flag for Garrison Support Units of the Army Reserve. The GSU performs the same kind of housekeeping and support functions for the USAR as the U.S. Army Garrison does for the active side of the house. Accordingly, it has the same pattern of organizational flag--teal blue field with yellow fringe and the insignia for "branch immaterial" between two arcs inscribed with the unit designation.
Source: the 1998 update to AR 840-10.
Tom Gregg, 12 September 1999