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GLR-KY-050 Boone County Cadet Squadron Emblem

Boone County Cadet Squadron Emblem
 (Adopted and Approved 21 May 2019)

 The Boone County Cadet Squadron emblem is a azure disk bound in ore embraced by two arcs with the upper displaying VIGILANTI et PARATUS in Latin (Vigilant and Ready) the unit motto, and the lower arc displaying the name of the unit BOONE COUNTY CADET in sable, and both arcs bound in ore.

The disk features a red stipe from upper left to lower right of the disc with the Civil Air Patrol Cadet Programs Shield and four ore stars upon it.  The CAP Shield represents the unit’s commitment to the CAP Cadet Program, and the four stars represent the CAP Core Values of Respect, Integrity, Volunteer Service, and Excellence.   

There are three ore shaded darts that represent CAP’s three Missions; Aerospace Education, Cadet Programs, and Emergency Services.

The disc also supports a stylized representation of Daniel Boone, a pioneer and historical figure of Kentucky and the nation.  He is facing the left or “western” side of the emblem, representing growth and expansion for the unit.

Emblem designed by Col Darrel Williamson, CAP
Heraldry written by Col Darrel Williamson, CAP
Approved by: Col Darrel D. Williamson, CAP  KYWG Commander.

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