147th Aviation Regimental Flag


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Miniature Regimental Flag of the 147th Aviation Regimental Flag "LYNCEI AGMINIS."


The hawk is used to imply reconnaissance and alert watchfulness.  The blue is for the sky and the flanches represent clouds.  The arched per fess simulates a globe's curvature and alludes to earth.  The three piles are used to represent rays or beams of light thus alluding to communication (signal).  The blue and white are used to refer to Infantry; red to the Artillery and Engineers; and yellow to the Armor, alluding to the combat support furnished by the predecessor organization, the 47th Aviation Battalion.


The crests are those of the Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota Army National Guard.

Embroidery Area is 10"x11" sewn on nylon fabric that measure 18"x18"

We do not frame