36TH RESCUE FLIGHT
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Emblem


Description/Blazon

On a disc Azure, on a cloud form in base Proper, a cartoon character of a St. Bernard dog (Droopy) walking on hind legs, sinister foreleg behind its back and the dexter foreleg outstretched with one digit extended upward as an index finger White, detailed Sable, head hair Gules, eyelids Gold Brown and a small wooden keg pendant from the neck of the last marked by three bars palewise Or between two of the third, all within a narrow border Black.

Attached above the disc, a Blue scroll edged with a narrow Black border and inscribed "36TH RESCUE FLIGHT" in Black letters.

Attached below the disc, a Blue scroll edged with a narrow Black border and inscribed with "THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE" in Black 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 St. Bernard signifies the unit's ability to bring aid and rescue to those in distress. The cloud represents the Squadron's primary mission of airborne rescue.






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