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Jeremy Carl Kudlick

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 21st May 2013. Registration No. 0265 (Vol.2).

Arms: Azure on the crown of a fouled anchor Or a compass rose of the field, on a chief invected Argent a maple leaf between two oak leaves Vert.

Crest:  On the chest of a bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) wings displayed proper a fleur-de-lis Or.

Motto: Semper Patriam Servire Praesto.

Assumed: December 2011 in the Commonwealth of Virginia, USA.

The Arms of Jeremy Carl Kudlick

During the design phase of the armigerís arms, he knew he wanted to show his family's naval heritage as well as his award of Eagle Scout. He originally started with five fouled anchors to symbolize that he was the fifth known generation in naval service, but then realised that any future generations who enter the Navy would be stuck with that number of anchors, so he reduced the number to one, but then charged it with a compass rose to distinguish it from other fouled anchors throughout heraldic history and to symbolise the moral path we should all seek to follow. The colours Azure and Or for the field and anchor are an obvious choice. The Armiger chose an invected chief to represent the larger waves often found in the open sea.

The order of the leaves on the chief show that the armiger was born an American and would always be an American. The maple leaf also shows that he embrace his wife's Canadian heritage.

The bald eagle is the national bird of the United States, but is found throughout North America. The fleur-de-lis is the international emblem of Scouting, and combined with the eagle signifies the rank of Eagle Scout. Should the armigerís son not attain the rank of Eagle Scout, the crest still works because of his wife's French-Canadian ancestry.

The motto means "I am always ready to serve my country."

 
 

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