93rd ARS patches

The four patches used by the 93rd Air Refueling Squadron are painted on the back wall of their conference room. The first patch is from the 493rd Bombardment Squadron and represents the time before the unit became an aerial refueling squadron. The second patch is the original patch for the 93rd ARS which symbolically represented the mission of the squadron. The third patch, although never officially approved, was the main squadron patch worn when the unit was the formal schoolhouse while its members also maintained world-wide qualifications. The final patch is the current squadron patch worn by all members; the Pegasus symbolizes swiftness and agility, and represents the squadron’s ability to carry-out a variety of tasks within Air Mobility Command’s mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Taylor Bourgeous)

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