The air wing of the Jamaica Defence Force was formed in 1963. Markings are roundels and a fin flash of the national colours of green, yellow and black.
A start in military aviation in Japan was made before the First World War. The present Army and Navy Self Defence Forces date from 1954. Japanese military aircraft have always used the same marking, a red disc representing the sun. The disc has been outlined in white or yellow on a dark background and, for Second World War Home Defence units, on a white square. In 1945, to facilitate surrender agreements, the Allies decreed that all Japanese military aircraft should be painted white and carry a green cross in the normal insignia positions.
Formed as the Arab Legion Air Force in 1949, and becoming the Royal Jordanian Air Force in 1956, this air arm's insignia has not changed. It consists of a black, white and green roundel with a red sector at the top. A white seven-pointed star representing the first seven verses of the Koran appears on the red area. The national flag is used as a fin flash.