The mark of white cross against red was originally used in Schwyz, Switzerland. In 1240, people in Schwyz bravely fought against the autocratic rule, and took the flag of white cross against red as their banner. The flag flew in the smoke and flames of the war, and inspired people’s fighting will, as a symbol of freedom. In 1339, the uprising people fighting against noble alliance in Switzerland decided to take the flag of white cross against red as their banner. That was because uprising people considered the nation’s freedom and liberation as a holy career, just like the holy cross, while the red background symbolized the god’s coming in a piece of red light, and standing together with people. During the following period of the Crusades, the flag of white cross against red had become the national symbol of Switzerland. As the new federal constitution was made in 1848, it was officially ruled as the national flag of Switzerland. It symbols liberty, honor, and loyalty. As Switzerland stands out in the international world, its national flag and emblem also stand for Switzerland’s consistent policy——neutralism, democracy and peace, in addition, a world refuge.

         The mark of SABER is made up from graphics of the target, the crown and the shield, which stands for freedom, honor and loyalty, and which means freedom, peace and righteousness are goals for people to pursuit, and people will defend their own dignity and honor. The spirit of SABER: Freedom, Honor and Loyalty.