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The Armorial Register - International Register of Arms - Mangum, R.S.

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Brigadier General Ronald Scott Mangum

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 22nd August 2008. Registration No. 0139.

Arms: “Per pale Or and Gules, dexter an eagle rising Argent standing on a Turk’s head proper, holding in the right talons a heart Gules; sinister an arm embowed and armoured, ungloved, holding a scimitar all proper.”

Crest: Between two eagle wings displayed Gules, on the dexter wing a decrescent and on the sinister wing a mullet Argent, a sword point upward proper.

Motto: Virtus cum Honorem

Private Registration: The American College of Heraldry, 7 Nov 2007.
 

The Arms of Brigadier General Ronald Scott Mangum

Further Private Registrations: The Family Rhedey of the ABA Genus,1 March 2005. Russian College of Heraldry 24 April 2008.

These arms were originally granted by King Rudolf (Habsburg) of Hungary and Austria at Pressburg (modern Bratislava) on 13 April 1578 to Andreas and John Redey (Rhedey) and to their descendants, as an achievement for a specific military deed to the Crown, and are described in Der Adel von Ungarn–Magyarorszag riegesszites – Redey/Rhedey. The armiger, and his descendants in perpetuity, was granted use of the arms, with due and proper differences according to the Laws of Arms, by the head of the Rhedey von Kis-Rhede line of the Saros County of the Genus Aba of the former Kingdom of Hungary. A mullet Argent (Silver Star) representing the armiger’s military rank of Brigadier General, is added to the eagle wing sinister of the crest and the crescent moon Argent on the eagle wing dexter remains as a symbol of the armiger’s maternal family line of Moon. The motto adopted by the armiger translates as “Courage with Honor.”

The armiger was born in Chicago, Illinois on 14 November 1944. He graduated from Northwestern University (BA, History, 1965), Northwestern University School of Law (JD 1968) and Norwich University (MA, Diplomacy, 2004). The armiger served for 35 years in the United States Army to the rank of Brigadier General. His military service included multiple command assignments from Special Forces Detachment Commander to Theatre Component Commander (1969-2004). He concluded his career as the Commanding General, Special Forces Command Korea, United Nations Special Operations Component Commander and Deputy Commander, Combined Unconventional Warfare Task Force (2000-2003) His military awards include: Distinguished Service Medal (2004), Defense Superior Service Medal (2003), Joint Commendation Medal (2001), Presidential Unit Citation (Republic of Korea, 2002), Joint Unit Commendation Medal (2001), Meritorious Service Medal with 2 oak leaf clusters (1997, 1999), Army Commendation Medal with 6 oak leaf clusters (1981, 1984, 1985, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1998), Master Parachute Badge (2003), Korea Master Parachute Badge (2000), Special Forces Tab (1985), Pathfinder Badge (1983), Aircrew Badge (1981), Underwater Operations Badge (1975), Canadian Parachute Badge (1975) and Ranger Tab (1971).

His nobiliary associations include: Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem, Knight Grand Croix (Justice), Grand Chancellor General (Emeritus); Royal Order of the Eagle of Georgia and Seamless Tunic of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Knight Grand Croix; Military and Hospitaler Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem, Knight Grand Croix (Justice), Grand Commander, Grand Priory of Carpathia; Order of St. Constantine the Great, Knight; Order of the Red Branch (Ireland), Companion; Order of Cheon-Su National Security Merit (Republic of Korea), Third Class.

He is currently senior military advisor to the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Georgia and a full professor of National Security Studies at American Military University, Manassas, Virginia, USA.

 
 

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