9th Special Operations Squadron

9th Special Operations Squadron emblem significance: The blue of the disc, the crescent moon, and the night sky represent the unit's primary theater of operations. Yellow signifies the sun and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. The owl is symbolic of the unit's aircraft and its ability to operate in the night low-level flight regime. The wisdom associated with the owl represents the knowledge and expertise each squadron member possesses to perform the mission. The commando knife clutched by the owl in its talons represents the special operations legacy with which the unit has been entrusted.

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