31st Search and Rescue Operations Squadron, Hellenic Air Force

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31ST SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATIONS SQUADRON, HELLENIC AIR FORCE

Coat of arms (crest) of the 31st Search and Rescue Operations Squadron, Hellenic Air Force
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Origin/meaning

The Squadron’s emblem is decorated with the Achilles’ shield, the Zeus eagle which is a strength and superiority symbol and represents the air rescue operations, and the snake which as a revival symbol refers to first aid support. The «Α» comes from the name «Achilles» and is the call-sign in peacetime, while the thunder represents the telecommunication and the reaction rate.

Literature: Image from https://www.haf.gr/en/

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