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19 Air Maintenance Squadron
Lazo, British Columbia
Approval of a Badge
March 1, 1999
Vol. III, p. 416
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Per fess dancetty Argent and Sable the central peak truncated and charged with a representation of a glacier Argent in chief an eagle displayed in the West Coast style head to the sinister Sable Argent and Gules in base barry wavy Argent and Azure;
SUPERBIA ET EXCELLENTIA;
The eagle is rendered in the West Coast style by native artist Clifton Fred, thereby recalling 19 Air Maintenance Squadron’s location at Comox on Vancouver Island. The mountains, sea and Comox Glacier are represented in the design.
Meaning "Pride and excellence".
Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on March 4, 2006, in Volume 140, page 429 of the Canada Gazette.