96TH WEATHER FLIGHT
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Emblem


Description/Blazon

On a disc Azure, issuant from base upon a mound Argent, a palm tree with coconuts arcing to dexter Proper, in chief an anemometer Or, debruised by a cloud issuant from sinister chief Silver Gray, emitting a lighting flash bend sinisterwise of the third, all within a narrow border Yellow.

Attached below the disc, a Blue scroll edged with a narrow Yellow border and inscribed "96TH WEATHER FLIGHT" in Yellow 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 palm tree on the sandy mound represents the Flight's origins on the Emerald Coast of Florida. The anemometer and sun signify the unit's constant vigilance overseeing weather conditions. The lighting flash and thunder cloud allude to the power of weather and the primary weather threat of the region.






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