Aviation Week & Aviation Technology (AW&A) reported that some airlines and airports have “fancy” badges with the logo of the Air Force.
The badges appear to be “bumpers” that have a firefighting logo on them.
The AW&A article also reported that the badges are not supposed to be used for firefighting.
The article also stated that the badge was not supposed at an airport but was instead placed on the seat of a firefighter.
The badge has also been reported at several airports, including JFK, L.A. International, Atlanta, Charlotte, and Atlanta.
This is the second time the badge has been spotted at an FAA airport.
In June, the badge, which is also worn by other firefighters, was found on a firefighter who had been trying to extinguish a blaze at an Atlanta airport.
The FAA said that the firefighter was wearing the badge while performing a field training exercise.
According to the Air Transportation Association, there are about 1,600 firefighters in the U.S. today.
The AFPA said that in 2014, there were 2,500 firefighters, while the FAA said it was expecting the number to reach 3,000 firefighters by 2020.