This symbol consists of the coat of arms, the word, “Vigilate” and the wreath. The coat of arms depicts Saint Ursula framed by eleven oil lamps, which represent the eleven thousand virgins after whom the Virgin Islands were named. Beneath Saint Ursula is a scroll that reads, in Latin, “Vigilate” (Be Watchful). The wreath, an embellished garland of two green branches tied in the centre with a blue bow surrounds them both. The Territorial Badge was officially adopted on 15th November, 1960.