OH-156 WARREN COUNTY CADET SQDN

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Description: On a shield of Brown, edged in Sable, a Tenne phoenix at the fess point with spread wings extending to the dexter and sinister chiefs rises from the middle base, where a disc of the Civil Air Patrol’s basic insignia in Azure, Argent, and Gules rests. At the middle chief in Sable edged with Brown are the Arabic numerals “156”, and beneath the entire shield extends a Brown scroll bearing the inscription in Argent “WARREN CO. CADET SQ.”.   

 

 

Significance: A phoenix rising from the flames is representative of the squadron’s move from the Warren County Airport to Mason, Ohio and its rebirth during the transition from Squadron 106 to its present GLR-OH-156. The bold numbers “156” stand for the unit’s numerical designation and the Civil Air Patrol’s original World War II insignia identifies not only the squadron’s affiliation, but also the past connection of the squadron to Warren County, Ohio.   

 

 

Designers: Team led by Tyler Stewart, January 2013