"FRONT LINE" AIR POWER DIRECTORY
September 20, 2007
During the previous "Continental War", military forces of all nations created insignia that became symbols of pride and valor. Although merely a piece of material, each badge tells a story and encompasses the history of all the men and women who wear it proudly.
Official badges used by the ISAF (Independent State Allied Forces). Commonly known as "Arrowhead" or "Three Arrowheads".
"MOBIUS"- No further information.
Various badges and insignia used by the Erusean forces.
Left: Ace Commemoration Badge
Right: Ground Crew Badge
Both decals shown are from the Erusean Air Force's 156th fighter squadron, more commonly known as "Yellow Squadron".
On top is the standard Air Force insignia, and below is the standard name badge (with name engraved).
Erusian [sic] Army Badge and badges from the 5th, 20th, 25th and 55th Armored Divisions.
Nothing is known about this "Shooting Star" insignia.
- On the Japanese article, the Erusian [sic] Army Badge description included a note that "Mechazukin" was a popular character on Erusean armored division patches. The Mechazukin Corps was the antagonist faction in Namco's Sky Kid video game.
- The bottom of the cover of the magazine reads "118 Squadron, Royal Air Force". "118" is the number of Mobius Squadron. This could imply that the squadron is based from a country with a monarchy.