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Canadian Special Operations Regiment
Approval of a Standard
April 15, 2015
Vol. VI, p. 502
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Buff a pellet charged with a V-42 dagger proper between two wings Or, all within an annulus Sable edged, charged in fess on either side with two arrows in saltire and inscribed CANADIAN SPECIAL OPERATIONS REGIMENT • RÉGIMENT DES OPÉRATIONS SPÉCIALES DU CANADA in letters Or, ensigned by the Royal Crown proper and environed by two branches of maple leaves Or bound in base by a ribbon Gules surmounted by a scroll proper inscribed AUDEAMUS, a Latin word meaning “Let us dare”, in letters Sable, the whole between ten scrolls Sable edged and inscribed in letters Or, those to the dexter inscribed MONTE CAMINO; MONTE MAJO; ROME; ITALY, 1943-1944 / ITALIE, 1943-1944; NORTH-WEST EUROPE, 1944 / NORD-OUEST DE L’EUROPE, 1944; those to the sinister inscribed MONTE LA DIFENSA – MONTE LA REMETANEA; ANZIO; ADVANCE TO THE TIBER / PROGRESSION VERS LE TIBRE; SOUTHERN FRANCE / SUD DE LA FRANCE; AFGHANISTAN;