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435 Transport and Rescue Squadron
Confirmation of the blazon of a Badge
March 15, 2012
Vol. VI, p. 124
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Argent a chinthe on a plinth Or;
The chinthe is a legendary monster that guards temples in Burma, where the squadron operated during the Second World War.
This Latin phrase means “Determined on delivery”. The Motto refers to the unit’s activities as a transport squadron.
Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on November 3, 2012, in Volume 146, page 3054 of the Canada Gazette.
The badge was originally approved in August 1946.