||U.S. Air Force Ballistic Missiles Analysis Squadron, emblem|
On a disc Azure, issuant from base a demi-globe Celeste, gridlined Sable, charged with a key fesswise, wards downward to sinister Or, fimbriated Sable, debruised by an escutcheon of the field, fimbriated of the last, overall a deltoid of the fourth, detailed of the third, its contrail arcing from sinister base Gules, marked by two bars of the field, all within a narrow border Yellow.
Attached below the disc, a Blue scroll edged with a narrow Yellow border and inscribed "BALLISTIC MISSILES ANALYSIS 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 globe with lines of latitude and longitude emphasizes the global nature of ballistic missile intelligence analysis. The key, adorned by a shield, signifies the defense from foreign ballistic missile attack during all phases of launch that is afforded by intelligence on those systems. The key itself symbolizes the Squadron’s ability to unlock adversarial secrets. The four teeth on the key symbolize the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) disciplines: Signals Intelligence, Imagery Intelligence, Human Intelligence, and Measurements and Signatures Intelligence, all of which are fused and analyzed by the Squadron to provide National defense options in response to ballistic missile threats. The background symbolizes the space environment through which long-range ballistic missiles travel.