|The triangle shape was chosen to depict the journey of the Air Force, the Academy, and each Cadet and graduate into a distant, sometimes unclear future. This triangle is dissected by the cross-section of the tetrahedron that form the spires of the Cadet Chapel.
The words Blue Alliance form the foundation of the dark-blue left section of the triangle, forming a beacon in the dark.
The Polaris Star dominates the left section in a pink hue that represents our slightly differing perspective on navigating an uncertain future.
The right side of the triangle is lighter, showing our hope for a brighter future built on our common imprint of the our Academy experience, depicted by the Cadet Prop and Wings insignia, on our collective character.
The stripes on the right-hand band are based on the four class colors of the current Cadet Wing, tapering off in a growing line of class colors into the past....a past built on the contributions of those brave LGBT graduates who went before us.