HMS Ramsey, Royal Navy

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HMS RAMSEY, ROYAL NAVY

Coat of arms (crest) of HMS Ramsey, Royal Navy

(1941 Badge)
Coat of arms (crest) of HMS Ramsey, Royal Navy

(1996 Badge)


Official blazon
English 1941: Per fess wavy and blue; a demi-ram erased proper armed gold supporting between the legs a hunt charged with a mullet white.
1996: Red; a demi-ram erased gold holding between the forelegs a hurt charged with a mullet white.

Origin/meaning

A Town of the Isle of Man, from its Arms. Also a Town in the USA. The Star denotes that the first ship was ex US Navy Lend/Lease. The badge was approved in 1941 and replaced in 1996.


Literature: Image from Defence Brand Portal Ministry of Defence. Information from Admiralty Badges Encyclopedia by T.P. Stopford.

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