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Air Force Hap Arnold Wings

The Hap Arnold Wings are how Airmen commonly refer to the Army Air Corps symbol, the emblem used before the U.S. Air Force was created as its own military service in 1947. Today's Air Force Symbol design was based on this historical emblem. In some instances, the Air Force Trademark and Licensing Program may authorize the Hap Arnold Wings for commercial use.

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