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Donald Allen Warren


Registration number 20150209G


This certifies that the heraldic arms of Donald Allen Warren are registered as an original design and described by the blazon below

Arms: Quarterly Or and Gules on a chief Sable three towers Or.
Crest: Issuant from a circlet of five point mullets Or, a demi-griffin rampant Or gorged and grasping with the dexter fore-talon a spear point downwards of the last and the sinister talon grasping the Scales of Justice Or.
Mantling: Gules doubled Or
Motto: Providere Vim ad Infirma (Provide Strength for the Weak)

Rationale

Arms: Or and Gules in honor of a Coat of Arms bearing the Warren name in historical records. Originally Or and Gules chequy, it has been simplified to quarterly. The chief Sable to contrast and give background color to the three towers Or. Each tower representing as follows: 1st tower for the Armigerís first National Defense Service Medal and first overseas tour, 2nd tower for the Armigerís second National Defense Service Medal and second overseas tour, and 3rd tower for the Armigerís armed defense of foreign lands, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and third overseas tour.

Crest: Mantling and wreath to match shield. Griffin representing the Armigerís service in both the Air Force and the Army, (in the air and on the ground), as the Griffin exists. Spear indicating the Armigerís armed service against an enemy. Scales of Justice indicating the Armigerís service after the military service as a sworn Police Officer.

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Donald Warren

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