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GLR-KY-058 Frankfort Composite Squadron Emblem

Frankfort Composite Squadron
 (Adopted and Approved 6 April 2019)

 The Frankfort Composite Squadron emblem is comprised of a sable disk embraced by two sable arcs bound in ore.  The upper arc noting the script FRANKFORT COMPOSITE in ore.  The lower arc holds the script SQUADRON KY058 in guiles.

Central to the disk is a fire borne phoenix of ore and guiles facing the sinister side of the disc.  This represents the rebirth of the unit from restructure.  

Above the phoenix chief, are three stars, one in guiles and the flanking in ore.  These represent CAP’s three missions of Aerospace Education, Cadet Programs, and Emergency Service. 

Below the phoenix is the historical red prop and triangle representing their connection to the CAP organization.  

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

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