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On a disc Gules, a mullet Azure, fimbriated Argent, overall a grizzly bear Proper, as if breaking through, erased at the shoulder sinister paw exposed, emitting from its claws two contrails arching to sinister chief terminating as deltas Or, fimbriated of the second, all within a narrow border Black.

Attached above the disc, a White scroll edged with a narrow Black border and inscribed "DISCIPLINA PRO BELLUM" in Black letters.

Attached below the disc, a White scroll edged with a narrow Black border and inscribed "325TH TRAINING SUPPORT SQ" in Black letters.


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 Squadron manages training resources and conducts unrivaled academic and realistic simulator training to produce U.S. Air Force fighter pilots, air battle managers and intelligence officers for worldwide assignment. The background depicts the strength, speed and energy required to secure air dominance for the Nation. The star represents the five vital components of the Squadron--Active Duty, civilian, Guard, Reserve and retiree members. The Squadron's mascot is the black bear. The extremely adaptable black bear, indigenous to the region where the unit was first activated, is characteristically sure-footed as it trains its young in basic survival skills and protects its young at all costs. The bear's claws represent the Squadron's diverse flights, and out of their actions come the final product--two vectored fighters. The two fighters signify the basic fighter flight and the well-executed turn in their flight path symbolizes the direction provided by air battle managers. The unit motto, "DISCIPLINA PRO BELLUM," translates to "TRAINING FOR WAR" in English.

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