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104th Fighter Squadron Patch

Symbolism: The Baltimore Oriole colored in orange and black, significant of both Baltimore and Maryland as well as representing flight. The boxing stance and gloves represent the "fighter" aspect. The colors blue and yellow also represent the Air Force. Background: Designed by Ray Weyrauch. Approved for the 104th Fighter Squadron in 1947. Redesignated for the 104th Fighter-Bomber Squadron in 1952. Redesignated for the 104th Fighter Interceptor Squadron in 1955. Redesignated for the 104th Tactical Fighter Squadron in 1958. Redesignated for the 104th Fighter Squadron in 1992.

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