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Sergeant Joseph Caccavajo Boyer III

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 21st May 2018. Registration No. 0453 (Vol.3).

Arms: Per Bend-sinister Gules and Argent a wyvern segreant with dexter claw raised Azure a bordure Azure charged with three mullets Argent two in chief one in base.

Crest: A Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus Leucocephalus) facing dexter statant affronte wings displayed tips upwards proper.

Motto: Servitio Honorem Patriam (Service Honour Country)

Badge: On an annulet Azure encircled by a rope Or, enfilled per bend-sinister Gules and Argent a Wyvern segreant with dexter claw raised Azure, three mullets Argent.

Assumed: 18 May 2018, United States of America.

The Arms of Sergeant Joseph Caccavajo Boyer III

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|he Badge of Sergeant Joseph Caccavajo Boyer III
The armiger, a sergeant and Veteran of the Gulf War who served twelve years as Scout/Sniper, is the fourth generation to have served in U.S. Army; his service as a Scout/Sniper is represented in the shield by the red over white The stars represent the U.S. and the Wyvern represents war, being considered a sign of strength to those who bear it.

The blue Wyvern is also known as a water Wyvern, a play on the armigerís home which is surrounded by water in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.

The Crest of a Bald Eagle represents the United States of America.

Designer: Geoff Kingman-Sugars via the International Association of Amateur Heralds.

Artist: Quentin Peacock.

 
 

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