32nd Mixed Artillery Regiment, Spanish Army

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32ND MIXED ARTILLERY REGIMENT, SPANISH ARMY

Coat of arms (crest) of the 32nd Mixed Artillery Regiment, Spanish Army
Official blazon
Spanish Mantelado en curva. Primero: En camplo de sable (negro), una caldera jaquelada de oro y gules (rojo) de siete y cuatro órdenes de cuyo interior salen siete sierpes de plata, tres hacia la diestra y cuatro hacia la siniestra. Segundo: en campo de gules (rojo), una pieza antigua de artillería de oro, puesta en palo y vista en planta. Tercero: Cortado. Primero: Un murciélago de sable posado sobre tubo de cañón de oro, puesto en faja. Segundo: en campo de azur (azul) tres ondas de plata.

LEMA: “CETERIS SUBSIDIUM SEMPER FERENDO”.

English blazon wanted

Origin/meaning

Ther Canon alludes to the Field Artillery Group of the Regiment and the Bat with the Gun over Waves allude to the Light anti Aircraft Group. The Cauldron with the Snakes symbolises Melilla, the Garrison of the Regiment. The Coat of Arms was approved on 13 July 2009.


Literature: Heralder, Wikimedia Commons.


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