The Pando Commando.  The 85th, 86th and 87th Infantry Regiments joined together in Pando, Colorado on July 13, 1943 to form the 10th Light Division (Alpine). Soldiers at Camp Hale trained at 9,200 feet, honing their skills to fight and survive in the most brutal mountain conditions.  The panda bear is the mascot of Camp Hale, Colorado. The Railroad stop at Camp Hale was officially Pando, Colorado. While the division was at Camp Hale, this unofficial insignia appeared everywhere on signs, buildings, and even the division newspaper. Since the design was a cartoon, it was not accepted by the Army’s heraldry office.

Dimensions:  Approximately 2" x 2" vinyl sticker.  The background is transparent (not white).


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Chris on Apr 9th 2018

Decal is awesome but, the flaw is it's clear. Not white like original patch. Can't put on motorcycle helmet, laptop backs or windows, unless you don't want it to be seen!

This is an awesome sticker for 10th Mountain Descendants.

Susan Bathelt Jackson on Feb 21st 2018

Fast delivery of my Pando Commando stickers. Ready to share with my family. Great quality and well made.

Pando Commando Vinyl Decal

Billy Mariani on Feb 15th 2018

While I do like the decal, it's too small. Maybe I missed the specs when I ordered. I was looking for a decal to put on my vehicle. Preferably with a white background instead of clear. Other than that, I still like the product offering.


Mike on Feb 15th 2018

Awesome sticker!!