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Approval of a Badge
September 15, 2020
Vol. VII, p. 286
Badge of an Aircraft Structure Technician of the Royal Canadian Air Force
An aircraft fesswise enfiling an oval palewise Argent all voided of the field, ensigned by the Royal Crown proper, environed by a laurel wreath Gules and flanked to the dexter by a wing fesswise Argent;
The stylized aircraft represents the work of an Aircraft Structure Technician. The form of the airplane resembles the letters ACS, for “air,” “craft” and “structure.” The Royal Crown symbolizes service to the Sovereign. The frame composed of one or two wings, a laurel wreath and the Royal Crown is common to all trade and occupational badges of the Canadian Armed Forces.