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Canadian Army, Ensign (2013)
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Canadian Army, Ensign (2013)

Canadian Land Force Command (LFC, Canadian Army), badge (insignia) Canadian Land Force Command (LFC, Canadian Army), badge (insignia)

Canadian Army, Ensign (1868)
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Canadian Army, Ensign (1868)

Canadian Army, Ensign (1921)
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Canadian Army, Ensign (1921)

Canadian Army, Ensign (1998)
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Canadian Army, Ensign (1998)

Canadian Force Mobile Command (FMC), former badge (insignia) Canadian Force Mobile Command (FMC), former badge (insignia)

Canadian Forces 37th Canadian Brigade Group, badge (insignia) Canadian Forces 37th Canadian Brigade Group, badge (insignia)

Vert two bendlets wavy Argent between in chief a Viking long ship Or shields and sail Argent and in base a lymphad oars in action Or sail and pennons Argent;

Motto: UNITI VALENTIORES;

Symbolism: The badge represents both of the provinces in the Brigade's area of responsibility. New Brunswick is symbolized by the galley from the provincial arms, while Newfoundland is represented by the Viking long ship. The wavy lines symbolize the sea between the two provinces. The green indicates that the Brigade is a land based unit.
Motto: Meaning "United we are stronger".

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Canadian Parachute Centre, former badge (insignia)
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Canadian Parachute Centre, former badge (insignia)

Azure a vol Or, in chief a parachute Argent, overall a maple leaf Gules charged with a Pegasus volant Argent;

Motto: EX COELIS;

Symbolism: The blue represents the sky within which the training takes place, and the parachute symbolizes the central focus of the unit's equipment and work. The maple leaf represents service to the nation and its Forces, and Pegasus is the classic symbol of flight.

Motto: Meaning "From the heavens".

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