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Wing emblems of the United States Air Force

Emblems of wings of the United States Air Force. See also Category:Wing emblems of the United States Air Force.

A wing is a level of command below the Numbered Air Force or higher headquarters. A wing has a distinct mission with significant scope. A wing is usually composed of a primary mission group (e.g., operations, training) and the necessary supporting groups.

Those organizations in the USAF having headquarters are flag bearing organizations, known as establishments, such as groups, wings, and major commands (MAJCOM). Air Force Instruction 84-105, paragraph 3.3. specifies that a USAF flag-bearing organization should display its coat of arms (i.e., emblem design) on a modified heater-shaped shield. [1]

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Air National Guard wingsEdit

Air Expeditionary wingsEdit

Unnumbered wingsEdit

Inactive wingsEdit