USAF Master Combat Systems Officer Wings Badge Also called the Navigator/Combat Systems Officer/Observer Badge
High Poly, textured model of a USAF Master Combat Systems Officer Wings. Also called the Navigator/Combat Systems Officer/Observer Badge
Mental Ray materials are included. Subdivision level 0 only in 3dsMax scene available. In OBJ, 3ds and FBX subdivision level 2.
A combat systems officer - CSO, is a member of an aircrew in the United States Air Force and is often the mission commander in many multi-crew aircraft. The combat systems officer manages the mission and integrates systems and crew with the aircraft commander to collectively achieve and maintain situational awareness and mission effectiveness. On July 26, 1947, the U.S. Air Force became a separate Branch of Service in the U.S. armed forces and in late 1951 the Aircraft Observer, Navigator, and Bombardier badges were replaced with a single design, with the Air Force shield centered between two wings. The degree of the Navigator/Combat Systems Officer/Observer Badge is determined by years of flying service in the Air Force and by logged hours of flight time or flying duty assignment time. The degrees are annotated by a star alone (senior) and a star and wreath (master) centered above the badge.