The California Military Museum
Preserving California's Military Heritage
Heraldry and Insignia of the California National Guard
 
132nd Engineer Battalion
 
Distinctive Unit Insignia
 
Design Approved: 14 February 1977
 
Symbolism: The Cross of Lorraine and fleur-de-lis refer to France which an element od the organization participated in six campaigns of World War I. The two fleurs-de-lis refer to the European-African-Middle East Theater and the Asiatic-Pacific Theater in which elements of the organization participated during World War II. The arrowheads represent element participation in three assault landings. The colors blue, white and red represent the Philippine Presidental Unit Citation. White, blue, red and green are for the Republic of Korea Presidental Unit Citation for service in the Korean War.
 
Motto: AEDIFICAMUS DUCIMUS (We Build, We Lead)
 
Battalion Color


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