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Canadian Forces Communications & Electronics, branch badge (insignia) Canadian Forces Communications & Electronics, branch badge (insignia)

Canadian Forces Electronic Warfare Centre (CFEWC), badge (insignia) Canadian Forces Electronic Warfare Centre (CFEWC), badge (insignia)

In front of four flashes of lightning two in saltire surmounting two in cross Gules a raven Sable all within an annulus Sable inscribed ELECTRONIC WARFARE CENTRE • CENTRE DE GUERRE ÉLECTRONIQUE in letters Or;

Motto: MENS ET MEMORIA; (meaning "Intellect and Recollection".)

Symbolism: The flashes of lightning represent electronic technology. The raven, being a highly intelligent bird, represents the ability to use this technology for defensive and offensive purposes.

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Canadian Forces Joint Imagery Centre, badge (insignia)
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Canadian Forces Joint Imagery Centre, badge (insignia)

Azure a globe composed of lines of latitude and longitude Argent issuant from dexter base and charged with a maple leaf Gules, in chief a satellite Argent;

Motto: E VISIS VERITAS; (meaning "From images, truth").

Symbolism: In the lower left is a half of the globe defined by white lines of latitude and longitude. On this is a red maple leaf. In the upper right is a satellite in white. The globe symbolizes the worldwide outreach and service of CFJIC and provides some continuity from the previous emblem. The maple leaf indicates the unit's service to Canada. The satellite is an important tool in the acquisition of images, and it is representative of the new technology that plays a vital role in the unit's work.

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Canadian Forces Joint Signal Regiment, badge (insignia) Canadian Forces Joint Signal Regiment, badge (insignia)

Per fess Argent (French Grey) and Azure a representation of the figure of Mercury the sinister foot standing on a globe and carrying with the sinister arm the caduceus Argent garnished Or;

Motto: UBIQUE QUANDOCUNQUE;

Symbolism: The badge includes the traditional symbol of communications, "Mercury", the winged messenger, standing on a globe signifying the Regiment's global mandate. The colours of the Communications and Electronics Branch (French Grey over Dark Blue) have been selected for the field of the badge.
Motto: Meaning "Anywhere, anytime".

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