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The Motto of the Indian Air Force has been taken from the eleventh chapter of the Gita, the Discourse given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra during the Great War of Mahabharata. The Lord is showing His Supreme Divine form to Arjuna and the great form of the Lord is reaching the sky with glory, evoking fear and loss of self-control in the mind of Arjuna. The Indian Air Force, similarly, aims to overwhelm the adversaries with the application of aerospace power in defence of the nation.
Lord, seeing your form Touching the Sky With Glory, effulgent, multi-colored, having its mouth wide open and possessing large flaming eyes, I, with my innermost self frightened, have lost self-control and find no peace.
-Srimad Bhagavadgita, Chapter XI, Verse 24
Crests have been used for the purpose of recognition and distinguishing formations or Units. They are symbols and sources of inspiration and encouragement for the soldiers. The Air Force has adopted various crests for the commands, Squadron, and the other establishments. The Crests in the Indian Air Force comprises a standard frame. The central portion of the frame contains the individual formation sign with a motto shown in the scroll at the foot of the frame. The unit sign is drawn inside a circle of 3 inches in diameter. The name of the formation of the units is shown in the upper half of the circle while Bhartiya Vayu Sena is inscribed in the lower half. The crest and the motto are designed based on the role of the formation. The Crest is approved by the President of India and is of great historical and sentimental value. The Crest is normally presented by the AOC-in-C at ceremonial parades. The importance of the crest can be understood from the fact that the movement of the crest from one place to other is done only by the hand of an officer.
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