The 13th Aviation:The winged sword in the 13th AVN’s emblem refers to the combat mission of the Battalion. The equilateral triangle/delta refers to the Mekong river delta, Vietnam where the organization served. The three colors used symbolize the three basic combat branches. The organization’s motto is Swift and Deadly.
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158th AVN:The 158th AVN official motto is Challenge. The sword and the wings in the organization’s insignia represent the effective power of predecessor organization the Battalion’s aerial weapons and the might of the organic fire support. The guillons (cross guard) composed of the wings refer to the unit’s basic aviation mission.
USCG Port Security:United States Coast Guard Port Security Units are deployable units organized for sustained force protection operations. They can deploy within 96 hours and establish operations within 24 hours. PSUs conduct OCONUS port security in support of requesting regional Combatant commander. They provide waterside protection to key assests (e.g. pier areas, high value vessels, harbor entrances) at the termination/origination point of the Sea Lines of Communications (SLOCs).
USS McClusky (FFG-41), an Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate, is a ship of the United States Navy named for Rear Admiral C. Wade McClusky who's achievements during the Korean War, for which he was awarded the Legion of Merit, and his distinguished service as Chief of Staff of the Seventh Fleet during that period, are indicated by the wreath and the Neptune spear of seven barbs, respectively. The gold and blue taeguk and the red dragon refer to Korea.