505th Command and Control Wing

505th Command and Control Wing: The blue background represents the sky, the primary theater of Air Force operations. The bamboo curtain signifies the units service in Vietnam. The control and direction of strike aircraft against the enemy by Forward Air Controllers is symbolized by the flight symbols in chief. The flight symbols in base allude to the control of aircraft for effective air defense. The double bevile refers to lightning and represents the unit’s complete ground/air communications support, search and direction capability. The crescents symbolize the moon going through its phases and represent the Wing’s continuing performance of its mission month in and month out. The emblem bears the National colors and the Air Force colors of gold and ultramarine blue.

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