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Seal of the On-Site Inspection Agency
On a sphere azure (oriental blue) gridlined in argent an eagle displayed proper is grasping an olive branch in dexter talons and a bundle of thirteen arrows in sinister talons. Charged upon its breast is the shield of the Coat of Arms of the United States proper. All within a white designation band inscribed ON-SITE INSPECTION AGENCY at top in black letters and bearing at bottom two silver swords with gold hilts crossed at the hilts interlaced with two gold laurel branches; edged in gold.

The globe represents the worldwide importance and implications of the On-Site Inspection Agency mission. Blue represents loyalty, fidelity, and constancy. The eagle, adapted from the Great Seal of the United States, highlights the Presidential involvement and concern with far-reaching ramifications of On-Site Inspection Agency's scope and responsibilities. The swords symbolize the grave responsibility to secure world peace. The gold laurel is emblematic of excellence and accomplishment; black and white denote precision and explicit adherence to agreed precepts.


Joint Meritorious Unit Award January 15, 1988, to December 31, 1988

Joint Meritorious Unit Award January 1, 1989, to July 30, 1993

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