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  • Name of Tartan:
    PSD: Operation Iraqi Freedom (Milita
  • ITI Number: 6877
  • Category: Military
  • Designer / Source: Newsome, Matthew
  • Date: 2006
PSD: Operation Iraqi Freedom (Milita
  • Notes: Asymmetric. This asymmetric tartan, designed by Matthew Newsome of the Tartans Museum in Franklin, North Carolina, USA. It was commissioned by "The Baghdad 12" (listed on file in Franklin) in January of 2006, to commemorate the service of the Private Military Contractors serving as Personal Security Detail during Operation Iraqi Freedom. The colors in this tartan were chosen for their particular symbolism to the PSD members: "Brown and tan represent the Iraqi desert we served in; green is for the new Iraq we strive to create; the red is the blood we shed; and the black is the life of our friends laid down for our mission." PSD members, direct support staff, and immediate family are authorized to wear this tartan.
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  • PSD: Operation Iraqi Freedom (Milita
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