73rd Ordnance Battalion
The 73d Ordnance Battalion safely and efficiently trains technically proficient Soldiers in the 89A/B/D/E (EOD) and 94 Series MOSs, ensuring they are highly motivated, disciplined, physically-fit, and capable upon graduation to make an immediate and positive contribution to the operational Army.
73rd Ordnance Unit Crest
A gold shield blazoned with three blue swords pointing skyward symbolizing victory. The three swords represent courage, ingenuity, and perseverance. Below the shield, a blue scroll inscribed with the motto "AD ALTA" in gold letters meaning " To The Heights". Blue is for honor and gold is for courage.
Here at the 73rd, we take training seriously. In addition to learning the technical skills that give a Soldier his Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) title, the Cobra Soldier also learns tactical skills. MOS-I, and MOS-T Soldier's will have the opportunity to train in several combat related tasks. This training includes (but is not limited to), Hand-to-Hand Combatives, Building Clearing, Night Operations, Weapons Emersion, and much, much more. This training is one of the final stages in the Soldier's transformation into an Army Combat Warrior.
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Last updated 26-Jun-2020