The World War II emblem of the 100th Bomb Group—a four-headed eagle—now adorns the 100th Air Refueling Wing's KC-135 flagship at RAF Mildenhall, Britain, announced wing officials, March 20, 2012. On the unit's 70th anniversary, airmen at Mildenhall "share a bond with the men who flew under this emblem in one of the greatest conflicts this world has ever seen," said Col. Christopher Kulas, 100th ARW commander, in unveiling the emblem on March 14, 2012. Here (left), SrA. William Hickey of the 100th Maintenance Squadron removes air bubbles from the flagship's newly added emblem during the unveiling ceremony as Kulas looks on. At right, the official emblem of the 100th Bomb Group as approved in March 1944.
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