Command Flag

Some articles on command flag, flag, command, command flags:

Air Marshals - RAF Insignia, Command Flag and Star Plate
... The command flag for an air marshal is defined by the single broad red band running in the centre of the flag. 1 Service Dress Uniform An RAF air marshal's command flag An RAF air marshal's star plate ...
Apollo 16 - Mission Highlights - Lunar Surface
... The boom that extended the mass spectrometer out from the Command/Service Module's Scientific Instruments Bay was stuck in a semi-deployed position ... Young and Duke undocked in the LM Orion from Mattingly in the Command/Service Module Casper 96 hours, 13 minutes, 13 seconds into the mission ... The landing delay caused by the malfunction in the Command/Service Module's main engine necessitated significant modifications to the mission schedule ...
Admiral (Australia) - Rank Insignia and Personal Flag
... and Admiral of the Fleet, also known as flag ranks because admirals, known as Flag Officers, are entitled to fly a personal flag ... An Admiral of the Fleet flies a national flag at the masthead, while an Admiral flies a St George's cross (red cross on white) ... These command flags are exactly the same as in the Royal Navy, except for the Admiral of the Fleet, who flies the Union Flag ...
Admiral (Royal Navy) - Rank Insignia and Personal Flag
... ranks are rear admiral, vice admiral, admiral and admiral of the fleet, also known as flag ranks because admirals, known as flag officers, are entitled to fly a personal flag ... An admiral of the fleet flies a Union Flag at the masthead, while an admiral flies a St George's cross (red cross on white). 2001 World War II admiral's shoulder board Command flag for admiral of the fleet Command flag for an admiral Command flag for a vice admiral Command flag for a rear admiral ...

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    Bravest of all in Frederick town,
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