ArmyCategory: Italian armed forces
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The official emblem, currently worn by soldiers of the Italian Army, was granted on July 22nd, 1991 by the President of the Italian Republic.
A complex symbolism composes the entire emblem. In particular, the red field of the shield represents the tenacity and courage with which the military has defended the country during periods of conflict. The trophy stands for the corps, while the two swords recall the battles of the Risorgimento and the gold grenade symbolizes the military land troops.
Lariplast produces for the army: Military ranks, labels, emblems, pins, patches and badges.