"Knight"... a man with a title "SIR" conferred on civilians as a reward of public service in feudal world. The Medieval Helmet symbolizing a great cavalier (Public Servant); with a visor added to it to protect the face from harm (Rain or Shine during Operations) that could be raised not to loss recognition by comrades (Operatives); and an identifying mark is subsequently added initiating an impressive look with a mass of fabric flexible strands atop (gain more admissions and win public interest); a shadowing white (purity & transparency) castle that links the area being served (Carmen, Rosales); and an enclosing shield (harness the integrity and wisdom among colleagues) as an entire barrier.
"Camelot" in Arthurian legend, is the favorite castle of legendary British King Arthur of ancient history. A place where Knights of the "Round Table" (Arthur's inner circle) gathers, leave for a quest and in some accounts are being baptized. These had brought the Chapter's chosen name as it symbolizes an image of a Knight.....
"Camelot", a generic meaning of "a period, time, or place regarded as idyllic, peaceful, idealistic, youthful, enlightened, and optimistic" is the meaningful concept that closely resembles the chosen area (CARMEN) of Chapter's operational concern.
"In modern thought, the idea of Camelot as a place of honor is more important than its actual location or appearance."
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