Parachute Infantry Bandera Roger de Flor I-4, Spanish Army

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PARACHUTE INFANTRY BANDERA ROGER DE FLOR I-4, SPANISH ARMY

Coat of arms (crest) of the Parachute Infantry Bandera Roger de Flor I-4, Spanish Army

Official blazon

En campo de plata, flor de lis de gules (rojo).

Origin/meaning

Shows the Coat of Arms of the namesake D. Roger de Flor, during the the end of the 13th and the begining of the 14th Centuries Commander of the Mercenary Unit Gran Compañia Catalana de los Almogávares.
Which fought in Italy and Anatolia. The Arms was approved 23 June 1988. ___________________________________________________________

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