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Shield: Per bend argent and vert on the first a panther passant on division line, head to chief sable.<br>
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Crest: Ona wreath of the colors argent and vert between two ruined towers sable, the dexter charged witha fleur-de-lis or and <br>
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the sinister with and anchor of the like,a cubit arm in armor, the hand in a gauntlet proper grasping two lightning flashes fesswise gules.<br>
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Motto: Vitesse et Puissance (Speed and Power)
  
 
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The Shield is in the Colours of the Armoured Forces Green and White. The Panther is a symbol of the power and striking ability of the Regiment.<br>
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The two Towers symbolises service in Europe and the Pacific. The Gauntlet and lightnings symbolise armour and striking power.
 
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[[Literature]]: Army Lineage Series Armor-Cavalry Part I Regular Army and Army Reserve.
 
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69TH ARMOR REGIMENT, US ARMY

Coat of arms (crest) of the 69th Armor Regiment, US Army

Official blazon

Shield: Per bend argent and vert on the first a panther passant on division line, head to chief sable.
Crest: Ona wreath of the colors argent and vert between two ruined towers sable, the dexter charged witha fleur-de-lis or and
the sinister with and anchor of the like,a cubit arm in armor, the hand in a gauntlet proper grasping two lightning flashes fesswise gules.
Motto: Vitesse et Puissance (Speed and Power)

Origin/meaning

The Shield is in the Colours of the Armoured Forces Green and White. The Panther is a symbol of the power and striking ability of the Regiment.
The two Towers symbolises service in Europe and the Pacific. The Gauntlet and lightnings symbolise armour and striking power.

Literature: Army Lineage Series Armor-Cavalry Part I Regular Army and Army Reserve.