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The Chess piece symbolises the tasks perfomed by the Battalion.
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The Chess piece symbolises the tasks perfomed by the Battalion. The Coat of Arms was approved on 19 December 1996.
 
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[[Literature]]: Heralder, Wikimedia Commons.
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[[Literature]]: Picture from Heralder, Wikimedia Commons. Blason and meaning from the official site of the Spanish Army http://www.ejercito.mde.es/personal/Escudos/
 
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SAPPER BATTALION I, SPANISH ARMY

Coat of arms (crest) of the Sapper Battalion I, Spanish Army

Official blazon

En campo de gules (rojo), un caballo de ajedrez de oro.

Origin/meaning

The Chess piece symbolises the tasks perfomed by the Battalion. The Coat of Arms was approved on 19 December 1996.


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Literature: Picture from Heralder, Wikimedia Commons. Blason and meaning from the official site of the Spanish Army http://www.ejercito.mde.es/personal/Escudos/