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Royal Amphibious Regiment of Vaxholm (Sweden)

Amf 1 - Vaxholms Amfibieregemente

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[Royal Amphibious Regiment of Vaxholm] contributed by Kristian Söderberg


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The Flag

The flag has a red field with the arms of the Amphibious Corps in the center, arms of City of Vaxholm upper left corner, arms of Gotland in lower left corner. The flag was introduced by HM the King to the Regiment at Fort Vaxholm on June 12, 2003.
Kristian Söderberg, 23 April 2005


Coat of Arms

[Royal Amphibious Regiment of Vaxholm] contributed by Kristian Söderberg, 28 July 2005

In 2000, the Swedish Coastal Artillery regiments were converted into Amphibious regiments. The Royal Coastal Artillery Regiment of Vaxholm (KA 1) (Kungliga Vaxholms kustartelleriregimente] became the Royal Amphibious Regiment of Vaxholm (Amf 1) (Kungliga Vaxholms amfibieregimente).

The Coat of Arms was introduced the same year [2000].
Kristian Söderberg, 28 July 2005


The arms are obviously assumed from the Coast Artillery regiment to the Amphibious regiment.
Elias Granqvist, 30 July 2005