HMS Fisgard, Royal Navy

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HMS FISGARD, ROYAL NAVY

Coat of arms (crest) of the HMS Fisgard, Royal Navy
Official blazon
English Red; a dexter arm vambraced gold grasping a hammer proper arising out of wavelets silver and blue.

Motto: Non maibus solum sed corde

Origin/meaning

Fisgard was so pronounced by the French Force attempting a landing at Fishgard in 1797. The was repulsed by local Militia. The Name was born by the Artificier's Training School 1946-1984. The badge was approved in 1923.


Literature: Image from ebay.com. Information from Admirality Badges Encylopaedia by T.P. Stopford.

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