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I found this little Vulcan lighter on eBay recently. I was initially drawn to it since it has Camp Wolters engraved on the back. I had never heard of a U.S. Army Security Agency Battalion before so I had to look it up to see what the heck USASA BN stood for! Seems that it was primarily an intelligence unit so the Latin motto on the crest - "Dicite Audiamus" (You Speak, We Listen) - is very apt.


Does the "SVC" stand for service in this case?


All in all a neat lighter that I'm happy to add to my Camp/Fort Wolters collection. Thanks for looking.








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Very Cool! keep the collection going!

Pvt. James H. Honey 1st Md. Eastern shore Vol. Inf. Co. D (union) Gettysburg
Pvt. George Eddie Lear 26th Inf. Co.H 1st Div .(WW1) P.H. WIA Cpl. Richard Elsea 268th C.A. Bn. Battery A. WW2 SSgt. Grant Elsea 314th Inf. Hq.Co. I.R.79thDiv. WW2
Cpl. Harry Lawrence Butler Jr 23rd Regt. WIA Korea Lt. George Olin Tilghman 111th MG. 29th Div. WW1 DIS France 1919

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