Horse Artillery Regiment Volòire, Italian Army

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HORSE ARTILLERY REGIMENT VOLÒIRE, ITALIAN ARMY

Arms of Horse Artillery Regiment Volòire, Italian Army

(Old Arms)
Arms of Horse Artillery Regiment Volòire, Italian Army

(Modern Arms)


Official blazon

Origin/meaning

In the first Quarter the Old Arms of the Regiment. The Ukrainian Trident indicates service on the Eastern Front during World War II. The Silfio Plant symbolises service in North Africa during World War II. The Cross in the Third Quarter is the Coat of Arms of the City of Milan where the Regiment has its Garrison. The Coat of Arms was Approved by Presidental Decree 29 April 1952, then with the "Artillery Crest".

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