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Squadron pride shows at PSAB

An Airman from the 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron paints a Squadron emblem at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Several units around base are developing logos and symbols to boost morale and pride in each unit.

An Airman from the 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron paints a Squadron emblem at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Several units around base are developing logos and symbols to boost morale and pride in each unit. ( U.S. Air Force photo By Master Sgt Benjamin Wiseman)

An Airman from the 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron paints a Squadron emblem at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Several units around base are developing logos and symbols to boost morale and pride in each unit.

An Airman from the 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron paints a Squadron emblem at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Several units around base are developing logos and symbols to boost morale and pride in each unit. ( U.S. Air Force photo By Master Sgt Benjamin Wiseman)

An Airman from the 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron paints a Squadron emblem at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Several units around base are developing logos and symbols to boost morale and pride in each unit.

An Airman from the 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron paints a Squadron emblem at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Several units around base are developing logos and symbols to boost morale and pride in each unit. ( U.S. Air Force photo By Master Sgt Benjamin Wiseman)

Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia --

An Airman from the 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, paints the squadron logo onto an outside T-Barrier at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, June 27, 2020. Several units around base are displaying their emblems as a sign of pride in their unit and bragging rights amongst their peers.