314th Air Refueling Squadron
On a disc Azure per bendlet sinister wavy Or and Azure, a burro in profile, wings displayed Gold Brown, masked, hooved and saddled Sable, eyed and detailed Argent with a saddle strap of the first. In sinister a crescent moon of the like, all within a narrow border Green.
Attached above the disk, a Yellow scroll edged with a narrow Green border and inscribed “STRENGTH AND PERSISTENCE” in Green letters.
Attached below the disk, a Yellow scroll edged with a narrow Green border and inscribed "314TH AIR REFUELING SQ” in Green 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. A winged burro as displayed in flight emerging from the darkness into the dawn, carrying an important load to symbolize the Squadron’s strength and persistence in carrying on under adverse conditions to deliver the cargo intact. The burro is named Pegbur, a name derived from Pegasus, the mythical flying horse, and burro, the desert donkey known to Sacramento Valley residents.