Sapper Battalion I-1, Spanish Army

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SAPPER BATTALION I-1, SPANISH ARMY

Coat of arms (crest) of the Sapper Battalion I-1, Spanish Army

Official blazon

Terciado en banda. Primero: en campo de púrpura punta de ariete con cabeza de carnero en su color, unida al resto por un anillo de plata. Segundo: en campo de azur (azul) dos manos en su color entrelazadas. Tercero: en campo de gules (rojo) un muro de oro, almenado y mazonado de sable (negro).

Origin/meaning

The Ram symbolises the role to overcome obstacles. The clasped hand symbolises support in Peacekeeping operations. The Wall symbolises the role to block the passage of the enemy. The Coat of Arms was approved on 4 July 2007.

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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/