644th Regional Support Group

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644th Regional Support Group
Country United States United States of America
Allegiance United States
Branch United States Army seal United States Army
Type Support Group
Role Provide command and control of assigned units
Part of US Army Reserve
Garrison/HQ Fort Snelling, Minnesota, Minnesota;
Motto "Northern Star"
Commanders
Current
commander
Colonel
Insignia
Distinctive Unit Insignia 644 RSG DUIC.jpg

The 644th Regional Support Group (RSG) is a subordinate command of 103rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary). The 644th RSG was formerly called the 644th Area Support Group. [1] under the 88th Regional Support Group prior to being transferred to the 103rd ESC.

Operation Enduring Freedom[edit]

A detachment of Soldiers from 644th RSG mobilized to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst as part of TF Scorpion and deployed to Afghanistan as part of NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan.[2][3]

Distinctive Unit Insignia (DUI)[edit]

The Distinctive Unit Insignia is a silver color metal and enamel 1 1/8 inches in height overall consisting of a dark blue disc bearing a silver fleur-de-lis interlaced by a blue chevron and charges with a mullet of the like, all enclosed at top by a red scroll inscribed "NORTHERN STAR" in silver. It was approved on 31 Oct 2000. The chevron represents the Support branch. The unit's motto, "Northern Star," is recalled by a mullet and the stylized fleur-de-lis, a compass symbol for "north" and a reference to the unit's association with the 88th Regional Support Command. Dark blue symbolizes the firmament of the northern star. Silver denotes integrity and high ideals, scarlet signifies courage and sacrifice.

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