622D AEROMEDICAL STAGING SQUADRON
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Emblem


Description/Blazon

On a disc Or, a terrestrial globe displaying the Western Hemisphere Proper, entoured by a contrail around the equator Gules, termination at an aircraft ascending bendwise Gris, and surmounted in sinister chief by a cross couped of the third, charged with a Rod of Aesculapius Argent, entwined by a serpent Vert. The globe, contrail, cross and serpent are fimbriated White, all within a narrow border Blue.

Attached above the disc, a White scroll edged with a narrow Blue border and inscribed "ONE TEAM TRAINED AND READY" in Blue letters.

Attached below the disc, a White scroll edged with a narrow Blue border and inscribed "622ND AEROMED STAGING SQ" 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 cross surmounted by the Rod of Aesculapius is a traditional symbol for health care and the medical profession. The aircraft represents the capability to deploy anytime, anywhere. The globe reflects the unit's mobility and global reach.






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