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Approval of a Badge
September 15, 2020
Vol. VII, p. 280
Badge of Communications and Electronics Engineering – (Air) of the Royal Canadian Air Force
The figure of Mercury courant holding in his sinister arm a caduceus Argent all between two lightning flashes in pile Or, ensigned by the Royal Crown proper, environed by a laurel wreath Gules and flanked to the dexter by a wing fesswise Argent;
Mercury, the messenger of the gods, and the lightning flashes represent communications and electronics. The Royal Crown symbolizes service to the Sovereign. The badge 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.