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U.S. Air Combat Command (ACC), emblem
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U.S. Air Combat Command (ACC), emblem

U.S. 11th Air Force, emblem
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U.S. 11th Air Force, emblem

U.S. 12th Air Force, emblem
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U.S. 12th Air Force, emblem

U.S. 12th Air Force, plaque (patch)
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U.S. 12th Air Force, plaque (patch)

U.S. 1st Air Force, emblem
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U.S. 1st Air Force, emblem

U.S. 1st Air Force, plaque (patch)
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U.S. 1st Air Force, plaque (patch)

U.S. 7th Air Force, emblem
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U.S. 7th Air Force, emblem

U.S. Air Force 104th Fighter Wing, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 104th Fighter Wing, emblem

U.S. Air Force 119th Fighter Wing, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 119th Fighter Wing, emblem

U.S. Air Force 55th Wing, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 55th Wing, emblem

Azure, a fess indented Gules, edged wider on the back angle (sinister side) than on the face (dexter side) of each angle Or.
Attached below the shield, a White scroll edged with a narrow Yellow border and inscribed "VIDEMUS OMNIA" in Blue letters.

Symbolism: Ultramarine blue and Air Force yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The wavy lines represent the Columbia River and Portland Air Base, origin of the 55th Wing.

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U.S. Air Force 57th Wing, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 57th Wing, emblem

U.S. Air Force 70th Operations Group, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 70th Operations Group, emblem

U.S. Air Force 8th Air Division (Airborne Early Warning and Control, 8th AD), emblem U.S. Air Force 8th Air Division (Airborne Early Warning and Control, 8th AD), emblem

U.S. Air Force 432nd Attack Squadron, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 432nd Attack Squadron, emblem

On a disc Azure, Mercury’s helmet with exaggerated wings Tenné, highlighted Argent, detailed Sable, hatband of lozenges of the third, fimbriated of the fourth, all within a narrow border Orange.
Attached below the disc, a Blue scroll edged with a narrow Orange border and inscribed “432D ATTACK SQUADRON” in Orange letters.

Symbolism: Ultramarine blue is one of the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. The helmet of Mercury signifies a courier and herald of news dispatched with great speed. The overall design is a symbol of the warrior using the special colors of the Air Corps.

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U.S. Air Force 502nd Air Operations Squadron, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 502nd Air Operations Squadron, emblem

On a disc per fess undy Celeste and Azure, a pair of stylized wings conjoined in chief Gules above a lightning flash issuant from dexter striking to base Or and an arrow bendwise sinister Argent, barb to base fletched of the fourth in pile throughout, all within a diminished border Black.
Attached below the disc, a Yellow scroll edged with a narrow Black border and inscribed "502D AIR OPERATIONS SQ" in Black letters.

Symbolism: Ultramarine blue and Air Force yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The red wings represent the unit's mission--command and control of maritime rescue within the Pacific region. The undulating line suggests the Squadron's realm, the Pacific Ocean. The lightning bolt signifies the unit's swift response and excellence of the unit. The arrow symbolizes military readiness.

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U.S. Air Force 505th Operations Squadron, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 505th Operations Squadron, emblem

On a disc per fess Dark Blue (Flag Blue) and Azure (Ultramarine Blue) between a vol Or the first primary feathers barbed, two lightning bolts pilewise Argent, surmounted in base by a terrestrial globe of the second land masses Vert and gridlined White, all within a diminished border Blue.
Attached above the disc, a White scroll edged with a narrow Blue border and inscribed "505TH OPERATIONS SQ" in Blue letters.
Attached below the disc, a White scroll edged with a narrow Blue border and inscribed "RIGHT TIME RIGHT PLACE" in Blue letters.

Symbolism: Ultramarine blue and Air Force yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The globe represents the unit's global nature of command and control. The wings and lightning bolts denote the Air Force heritage and C2 links with two-way flow of communication. The division of the background alludes to the upper and lower atmospheres and are representative of the theaters of spacecraft and aircraft.

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U.S. Air Force 59th Readiness Squadron, emblem
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U.S. Air Force 59th Readiness Squadron, emblem

On a disc Azure, issuant from sinister base a cloud Argent fimbriated Or, in dexter chief a cross couped Gules, overall a dexter gauntlet bendwise Gray detailed Sable grasping a spear bendwise sinister shaft Yellow the point as a flight symbol of the fifth garnished White, all within a diminished border Black.
Attached above the disc, a Yellow scroll edged with a narrow Black border and inscribed "59TH READINESS SQ" in Black letters.
Attached below the disc, a Yellow scroll edged with a narrow Black border and inscribed "THE TIP OF THE SPEAR" in Black letters.

Symbolism: Ultramarine blue and Air Force yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The cross denotes the medical personnel of the unit. The gauntlet grasping a flight symbol tipped spear symbolizes the Squadron as part of the organization's fighting capability and aeromedical evacuation function. The cloud taken from the parent organization's coat of arms reflects the support the unit provides to the defense of the country.

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U.S. Air Force 655th Air Expeditionary Squadron, emblem U.S. Air Force 655th Air Expeditionary Squadron, emblem

On a disc Azure, a snow leopard springing forward attacking claws extended for perspective affronté Proper, all within a narrow border Yellow.
Attached above the disc, a Blue scroll edged with a narrow Yellow border and inscribed “FORTES FORTUNA ADJUVAT” in Yellow letters.
Attached below the disc, a Blue scroll edged with a narrow Yellow border and inscribed “655TH AIR EXPEDITIONARY SQ” in Yellow letters.

Symbolism: Ultramarine blue and Air Force yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The snow leopard signifies the aggressiveness of the unit personnel when attacked or threatened. The Latin motto, “FORTES FORTUNA ADJUVAT,” translates to “FORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVE” in English.

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U.S. Air Force 866th Air Expeditionary Squadron, emblem U.S. Air Force 866th Air Expeditionary Squadron, emblem

On a disc Azure, surmounting a polestar of eight points Or, crossed swords Argent, grip Sable, above chain links fesswise environing the swords at the intersection Gris, all within a narrow border Black.
Attached below the disc, a Red scroll edged with a narrow Black border and inscribed "866 AIR EXPEDITIONARY SQUADRON" in Black letters.

Symbolism: Ultramarine blue and Air Force yellow are the Air Force colors. Blue alludes to the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. Yellow refers to the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The swords represent the ground battle in the effort to abolish terrorism. The chain signifies the strength to bind the accomplishments together. The North Star is the unit’s guiding light.

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U.S. Air Force 1st Airborne Command and Control Squadron (1st ACCS), emblem (patch) U.S. Air Force 1st Airborne Command and Control Squadron (1st ACCS), emblem (patch)

U.S. Air Force 7th Expeditionary Airborne Command and Control Squadron (7th EACCS), emblem (patch) U.S. Air Force 7th Expeditionary Airborne Command and Control Squadron (7th EACCS), emblem (patch)

U.S. Air Force 961st Airborne Air Control Squadron (961st AACF), emblem U.S. Air Force 961st Airborne Air Control Squadron (961st AACF), emblem

U.S. Air Force 962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron (962d AACS, Eyes of the Eagle), emblem U.S. Air Force 962nd Airborne Air Control Squadron (962d AACS, Eyes of the Eagle), emblem

U.S. Air Force 963rd Airborne Air Control Squadron (963d AACS), emblem U.S. Air Force 963rd Airborne Air Control Squadron (963d AACS), emblem

U.S. Air Force 964th Airborne Air Control Squadron (964th AACS), emblem U.S. Air Force 964th Airborne Air Control Squadron (964th AACS), emblem

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