In keeping with all other relief organisations and ambulance corps of the Order of Malta around the world, the Executive Council decided that the active members should be further identifiable as volunteers and staff who protect the faith and serve the needy (See our motto "Tuitio Fidei et Obsequium Pauperum") and as such would wear red epaulettes with a white Maltese Cross embroidered on them and a badge on the left sleeve of the uniform shirt, identifying the volunteer's specific qualification. It was fortunate that the epaulettes were ready by the 26th June 1999 and were therefore handed out at the celebration on that day.
Our badges of qualification
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