The Tammany Saints own section 101 at PPL Park, home of the Philadelphia Union. Named after Chief Tamanend, a lover of peace and friendship, who played a prominent role in establishing peaceful relations among the Native American tribes and the English settlers who settled in Pennsylvania. The crest itself, is inspired by shoulder sleeve patches from the US Army Air Forces that were commanded by General Henry "Hap" Arnold, from nearby Gladwyne, PA. The illustrative style of the wings references Tammany and Native American art.