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   9th Bombardment Group, Medium
[b]Emblem Significance:[/b] The shield, in black and green, represents the old colors of the Air Service parted by a wavy line representing the Rio Grande River. On the gold band are four black crosses representing four WW I offensives, Aisne-Marne, Champagne-Marne, Meusse-Argonne, and St. Mihiel, in which squadrons later assigned to the 9th Wing fought. The crest recalls the service in Mexico. [i](Source: 9th Reconnaissance Wing History Webpage)[/i]

[b]Translation:[/b] SEMPER PARATUS = Always Ready

9th Bombardment Group, Medium

Emblem Significance: The shield, in black and green, represents the old colors of the Air Service parted by a wavy line representing the Rio Grande River. On the gold band are four black crosses representing four WW I offensives, Aisne-Marne, Champagne-Marne, Meusse-Argonne, and St. Mihiel, in which squadrons later assigned to the 9th Wing fought. The crest recalls the service in Mexico. (Source: 9th Reconnaissance Wing History Webpage)

Translation: SEMPER PARATUS = Always Ready

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Filename:File0003a.jpg
Album name:Michael / Units Numbered 0009
Inscription:SEMPER PARATUS
Location:Fairfield-Suisun AFB, California
Elements:http://www.afhra.af.mil/factsheets/factsheet.asp?id=9643
Filesize:7625 Bytes
Date added:Apr 12, 2007
Dimensions:114 x 200 pixels
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