The division insignia, as suggested by Major J. A. Ulio (later Major General, the Adjutant General), then Division Adjutant, is the monad, the Korean symbol of eternal life. It is half blue and half gray in matching teardrop design. The colors represent the tradition of the division, composed of men of both North and South, whose forefathers fought in the Union (blue) and Confederate (gray) Armies during the Civil War.
Arrived European Theatre of Operations on 11 October 1942
Arrived Continent 6 June 1944 and entered combat 6 June 1944.