|The JDF Protected Mobility Vehicle Squadron, plaque. Image: Jamaica Defence Force.|
This bit of silliness happened in 2016, but since this 'mistake' was left, as is, it is still relevant for discussion.
The army received their new armoured personnel carriers, and decided to create a new division for troops being transported in these vehicles. I have to wonder if this new division was created by a soldier or someone from some other profession. Perhaps a cook, a fisherman or a politician? And why would the army top-brass give this their blessing? So silly.
No military in the world has a protected mobility vehicle squadron. But they do have a mechanized infantry. How about mechanized infantry units, for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Battalion, The Jamaica Regiment? That sounds like it. And also remove the Bushmaster's image from the logo since you are neither the owner of the patent for that design nor are you a shareholder at Thales.
For the top-brass at the JDF (and the Ministry of National Security and the National Security Council), a bit of a refresher:
Mechanized infantry are infantry equipped with armored personnel carriers (APCs) or infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) for transport and combat (see also mechanized force).
Mechanized infantry is distinguished from motorized infantry in that its vehicles provide a degree of protection from hostile fire, as opposed to "soft-skinned" wheeled vehicles (trucks or jeeps) for motorized infantry. Most APCs and IFVs are fully tracked or are all-wheel drive vehicles (6×6 or 8×8), for mobility across rough ground. Some nations distinguish between mechanized and armored infantry, designating troops carried by APCs as mechanized and those in IFVs as armored.Source: Wikipedia.