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image by Eugene Ipavec, 28 Feb 2012
The extensive photo galleries at the site of the Lebanese presidency are full of interesting items, including two clear photos of what I take to be the colour of the Lebanese Republican Guard Brigade, at a review by president Michel Suleiman at Beit Eddine. The Brigade's arms are available elsewhere on the presidency site.
Eugene Ipavec, 21 Jan 2010
Dark blue flag with a shield of the LB arms, behind it two crossed silver swords over a wreath of oak (L) and laurel (?, R) leaves. Above, a white ribbon with crenelation-like indentations on top (so a combination ribbon/mural crown) with text which probably says
"Republican Guard Brigade" in Arabic. In the upper hoist, the armed forces' emblem.
Eugene Ipavec, 28 Feb 2012
image by Eugene Ipavec, adapted from the Lebanese presidency website, 28 Feb 2012