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Airborne Warning and Control of the Canadian Armed Forces
Approval of a Badge
May 15, 2018
Vol. VII, p. 83
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A compass Argent, its needle bendwise Gules, ensigned by the Royal Crown proper, environed by a laurel wreath Gules and between two wings palewise, tips upwards Argent;
The compass is used to represent Airborne Warning and Control. The Royal Crown represents service to the Sovereign. Wings, the laurel wreath and the Royal Crown are common features of the flying and occupation badges of the Canadian Armed Forces.