The meaning of the 30th Range Management Squadron Emblem The motto “Publicitus” is Latin, meaning “In the public service,” or civil service. Three elements make up the 30th Range Management Squadron (30 RMS) emblem. They are: 1. The Range. The Western Range is represented by an instrumentation dish with associated electromagnetic energy and waves. The Air Force yellow represents “the sun” and the excellence required of Air Force personnel. 2. Sphere of Range Operations. The WR sphere of operation is represented by three bands of color, the green representing land, ultramarine/reflex blue representing both ocean and sky, with the sky being the primary theater of Air Force operations, and black representing space. 3. Guiding Principles. The guiding principles for the 30th RMS are communicated by three stars, representing Integrity, Service before self, and Excellence in all we do. (Courtesy graphic)

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