The seal is of Spanish style. The inner part is the so-called "field",
painted in gules (red), representing strength, boldness and chivalry,
qualities that a sailor must show in war.  

The "heart" of the seal is a rose of the winds in "enamels" of gold and silver,
which represent professional guidance, nobility, power, wisdom and integrity.

 The "campaign", the lower part of the shield, is occupied by blue and silver waves,
which represent the sea and the rivers that limit the country´s borders whose
defense is entrusted to the Navy.

The seal has as a "support" a silver anchor, on which it rests and holds its support.
Behind the anchor appear two bronze culverins, which symbolize war.
As custodians of the seal, two tritons  (mythological marine deity) have been placed,
 carrying two tridents in gold, and first known fighting element of the mythology
and history of the sea.

The top of the shield, is represented by the Naval Crown enameled in gold, symbol of the Navies. 

In ancient navies, the naval crown was placed on the head of the first crew member who jumped armed
to the deck of the enemy ship. The top of the Naval Crown constitutes a golden book of Science.

The “motto ", represented in blue letters on a silver ribbon, has the inscription:
"Belli scientia et ars" (Science and art of war).

¬On the bottom, on gold ribbon, the inscription "ARA - ESCUELA DE GUERRA NAVAL - MCMXXXIV",
year of the creation of the Institute


Luis María Campos 480,
Buenos Aires. 


Phone: 11 4346-8600 
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