The ICA Insignia

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The ICA Insignia

A. The "Stars". 4 stars represent the four directions of the compass, North, South, East, and West. North is represented by the star to the far left, South is represented by the star to the far right, East is represented by the second star from the left, West is represented by the second star from the right. The fifth star, which is in the center, represents the "core". The central point from with the ICA reaches out to all four corners of the globe to help those in need of specialized combat training.

B. The "Globe": Indicates the ICA is a International organization.

C. The "Knife": The Knife symbolizes Close Quarters Combat. This Combat is not limited to Knife attack and defense as it also may include defensive and offensive techniques of pistols, rifles, machete, improvised weapons, and unarmed combat.

D. The "Paladin": Paladin, according to the American Heritage Dictionary is, "A paragon of chivalry, knightly champion". ICA members train to defend their country, the weak, and the oppressed. The ICA code: Courage, Honor and Loyalty.


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