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Designed by Brian Wilton of the STA for the Patrol & Reconnaissance Wing Eleven of the Airborne ASW - anti-submarine flying wing. Their emblem is a serrated beartrap about to close on a submarine and since their function was similar to the original Black Watch, that tartan was used with just a change of colours to incorporate the the ASW emblem. The Black Watch was raised in Aberfeldy in 1739 for the purpose of 'watching the braes' and the anti submarine flying wing was formed to 'watch the waves.'
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