About USA Brotherhood Of Tankers (USABOT)!

Corporate Mission Statement:

The United States Army Brotherhood of Tankers, Inc., (USABOT), is organized for the purpose of preserving and publicizing the history of the United States Army Armored Forces and other related services that are within its capabilities and resources. Related services may include, but are not limited to, collection of artifacts, living history activities, and public education. The corporation is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, religious, or scientific purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


Membership and services shall be provided without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. The terms persons, applicants, members, individuals, personnel, he, his, and him shall apply to men and women, unless clearly applicable to one sex.


USABOT is organized as a public benefit corporation within the definitions of Title 48 Chapters 51 through 66 of the Tennessee Code Annotated and section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 or any corresponding future provisions of these codes. The United States Army Brotherhood of Tankers, Inc. shall not carry on any activities that are prohibited for tax-exempt organizations under the provisions of these codes.




The black circle surrounding the green field represents a tank roadwheel. There are thirteen stars on the green field, 4 stars for Patton, 4 stars for Bradley, 5 stars for Eisenhower. The thirteen stars also represent the 13 stars of Armor: Patton, Oliver, White, Chaffee, Abrams, Pool, Rose, Harmon, Dager, Thurman, Funk, Starry, and McMaster. The rejected armor tri colors represents the Armor Corps early days after WWI we were fighting for acceptance. The design was created by Patton, but rejected by Army Heraldry as they want the representation of combined arms to be equal. The red (artillery) the gold (armor) and the blue (infantry. The green and yellow are the colors of Armor given by Patton, the Cavalry Sabers represent our lineage to the horse cavalry and the Mk IV male is the earliest American tanks.

Armor and Cavalry Units

Welcome to the world of Armor and Cavalry where you will find out more about the history of Army and Cavalry units within the US Army.

Tanks - Past and Present

Explore our tank library which is an ongoing development effort by our members to document tanks and armored vehicles from the past as well as current tank models.

The Master Gunner

The Master Gunner is the tank unit's expert in all tank maintenance and gunnery matters. They receive specialized training and are assigned within each tank company.