Emblems And Banners
The emblem is composed of a hand grapping flame of fire embraced with two green spikes and topped by the motto “Knowledge” - “Sacrifice”. The hand grip holding the flame of fire denotes the will of sacrifice, endurance and confrontation against all hardships and difficulties in pursuit of knowledge.
The emblem illustrates an archer teaching his student the art of shooting, which is the first step in military career; the blue background means absolute clarity; both men are embraced with two green spikes symbolizing donation and sacrifice, the back blue setting symbolizes absolue clarity.
The emblem consists of two hands, one of a soldier, and the other of a Lebanese compatriot, both are joined to raise the national Flag as a symbol of cooperation and even cohesion between the Army and the Lebanese people in defending their country. A laurel branch and a wheat spike embrace the hands and the flag, the laurel branch to symbolize glorious victory, and the wheat spike self donation, well being and blessing.
The emblem is composed of a green cedar symbolizing immortality of Lebanon, a glaring sun diffusing the rays of knowledge in all directions, a book symbolizing education, a pen symbolizing the means to spread science and knowledge and a sword symbolizing power.
The emblem is composed of a skis represent the art of skiing, a backpack and a rifle refer to the readiness to intervene either for rescue or for fighting.
The emblem is composed of a flame symbolizing the Olympic flame, a rifle crossing a sword with reference to the mobility chivalry of the military athletes, and three integrated rings illustrating the adhesion of the center to the International Council for Military Sports, the Arab Union for Military Sports, as well as to the national sports unions.
The emblem consists of a vertical sword surrounded by blazing flames symbolizing the adopted training mission and the surrounding flames symbolize the knowledge that should be taught to every trainee.
The emblem is composed of two intersecting swords symbolizing command, a flame denoting sacrifice and martyrdom, with a cedar in the center alluding to everlasting Lebanon and endless pride, and the motto: “Knowledge – Progress - Success” , the whole surrounded by two palm branches to highlight the tasks and objectives of the college which are crowned by victory.