A new Group insignia has been adopted. The Bar “A” insignia previously adopted was a Group idea submitted to the Wing and approved. The new insignia is painted under 15th AF directive to provide a uniform means of identifying aircraft in flight. On the upper half of the vertical stabilizer is a white circle thirty-six inches in diameter. Within that is a blue equilateral triangle its sides being six inches thick. This identifies the 47th Wing. In the lower half of the vertical stabilizer is a similar white circle bearing within the blue number three which identifies the particular group. On the rudder will be a number to designate the particular squadron.

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