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As France began to send aircrafts squadrons to the Pacific, one of the small problems they faced was, how will their replace their roundel (De Gaulle didn't want to use just the blue of the normal roundel as it was to similar to the British SEAC, and red was out of the question). The solution: replaced their roundels with a blue Cross de Lorraine.
Continuation of "the Tsar, the Kaiser and the Springtime Revolution" air force roundels.
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Air Force roundel of the Pacific States of America. Originally a Japanese puppet state created after WW2. After 1970 it became independent of Japanese rule. But in 1976 it would dissolve itself as an opposition coalition won an election against the dominant party ruling it. The roundel was based on both US and Japanese roundels.
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First roundel of the Pacific Federation used from 1976 to 1988. The number of stars on it (and on the national flag) decreased to three. Pacific Federation was the successor state to the PSA. It was established by the pro-PSA state governments (and Utah) uniting after the dissolution of the PSA. All but three states left by 2016.
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Roundel of the California Republic. It consists of California, Nevada and Arizona. These three states were the only ones left in the Pacific Federation in 2011. In 2016 it was reformed (and turned from a federal nation to an unitary one). California is considered one of the great powers in the world. Despite being weaker than PSA/PF. California is economically and socially pretty influential.
The Avionese Republic's and Kingdom of Kymria's air force roundels from my Aeroverse industrial fantasy setting.
Air forces are still a novel thing in this fictional universe and are not quite at the combat-capable WWI level yet (though they're headed there).
(Basically, Avion is a fantasy Third Republic France and Kymria is a fantasy Wales-meets-Austria-Hungary, all in an early 1900s style setting.)