Check out these awesome PSYOPS Badges of America.
Since as early as 1965, US government defense agencies and NASA have been using patches or badges to subtly symbolize the mission objectives. Some of them are downright bizarre and hardly give away the true meaning of the mission but they do give some clues. This traditional symbolization has been used by mainly the FBI, CIA and NSA but even private contractors such as Lockheed Martin and Boeing which have both been long term defense partners with the US governments are in on making PSYOP mission badges. NASA is also a big player in getting these projects off the ground.
Above: The phrase “Oderint Dum Metuant” is referencing to the Roman Emperor Caligula and means “Let them hate so long as they fear.”
You’ll notice a lot of these badges have Latin messages and acronyms that only a select few would know of. The mission patch above is known as the TENCAP program, that’s, Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities. In PSYOP land, the words “special” or “black” are deemed as the highest classified top secret programs that range from spy satellites to NSA information gathering and maintenance.
A lot of these badges also cover black op projects of top secret aircraft and stealth technology. Conspiracy buffs will lose their minds looking at some of these wacked mission patches. From crazed viper snakes and demonic characters right through to Illuminati and masonic references to New World Order global conquering.
The latest mission patch to be found on a shuttle launch is the NROL-39 which shows a Kraken like monster smothering the world with its tentacles. “Nothing is beyond out reach” could easily be an outline to the mission being a spy satellite program. These mission badges are rarely shared or spoken about within the teams and pop up on major defense projects from time to time.
Check out the ones below. You’ll notice they are all similar in that
Masonic knights Templar reference below showing an iron grid around Earth as to symbolize information gathering and zoning.
Below: “The mission patch for NRO L-49 shows a phoenix rising out of a fire, with the words “melior diabolus quem scies”, which translate into English as “better the devil you know”, indicating the return to the older system following the failure of the attempt to replace it.” Source