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What is the difference between the National Colors and the National Flag? When a new state enters the Union, when is the star added to the flag?
AR 840-10 Flags, Guidons, Streamers, Tabards, and Automobile and Aircraft Plates
The automobile flag indicated the occupant reulation the office represented by that flag. The flag of the United States is authorized for indoor display arym each. This flag as authorized in EO7 Oct 75 is white with a blue five-point star regulatin each corner. They will be displayed from separate flagstaffs of equal height set on the same level.
Carrying Of nonmilitary organizational flags. These flags must be manufactured from drawings and specifications furnished by TIOH and procured commercially. The union jack is flown on ships at anchor or tied up at pier. When a full-couch casket is opened, the flag will be removed, folded to the triangular shape of a cocked hat and placed in the lid at the head end of the casket and just above the decedent’s left shoulder.
See fig for sequence. This flag as authorized in EO5 Feb 60 is national flag blue on which regulayion centered the Presidential coat of arms in proper colors, circled by white stars, the same number as in the union of the U. Organizations may requisition a silver color identification band inscribed with the official designation of the organization for placement on the flagstaff reggulation national flags issued to Army organizations from the Defense Personnel Support Center, P.
The flag should again be raised to the top of the staff before it is lowered for the day.
AR covers U.S. Army Regulations for display of the U.S. Flag.
The Hoist is the width of a flag vertical 480-10 measured from top to bottom ; the Fly is the length of the flag horizontal edge, measured from left armh right. When a garrison flag is armj available, the post flag will be flown on holidays and important occasions. The flag will not be lowered into the grave, and it will not be allowed to touch the ground. Army Field Stations x. Centered on the flag is the branch insignia for the National Guard Bureau NGB and in the upper fly end of the flag are two flight symbols ascending vertically, all yellow.
Bunting of the national colors, arranged with the blue above, while in the middle, and red below, should be used for this purpose and for general decoration.
The flag designs, adaptable to each State, have a national flag blue background with the crest of the individual State Army National Guard organization in proper colors. Use and display of the U. When the flag of the United States is displayed with foreign national flags, all flags will be comparable in size.
The fringe for all general rregulation individual flags is yellow. Field Army Support Command x.
In this connection I may quote from the Executive order of May 29,which constitutes the latest Presidential definition of the dimensions of the flag, and which is the present controlling authority: A cord 8-foot 6-inch in length with a tassel at each end is attached 840–10 the center of the cord below the finial on the staff of the U.
What are the 2 ways that the flag can be displayed? Hospitals and Medical Centers x. The completed flags must be approved regulztion TIOH prior to display. What regulatiom a pennant? The union, white stars on a field of blue, is the regu,ation point of the flag. Generally the position of the flag is at halfstaff when the middle point of the hoist of the flag is halfway between the top of the staff and the foot. When so ordered, a streamer of black crepe 7 feet long and 1 foot wide will be attached to the Staff at the center of the streamer immediately below the spearhead of the U.
Truck What does the Truck represent? When the flag is flown at night, what must be done? See tables and for authorizations. The Retiree flag may be flown on Veterans Day or occasions when the installation is sponsoring activities for retirees such as open house or retiree day. The fringe is white; cord and tassels are scarlet and white. It must be illuminated. Armt is added to the Government Code, to read: Automobile flags are of sufficient height that, when mounted, regklation lower edge of the flag will fly about 1 inch higher than the crest of the automobile’s hood.
Retiring the colors from the day’s activities What are some places that the flag is flown 24 hours a day by specific legal authority as of January ? The garrison flag may be flown on the following holidays and special occasions:. Who is traditionally responsible for the safeguarding, care and display of the unit’s colors? These details are not controlled by the statute to which I have referred.
The ensign will be displayed on vessels when required to indicate nationality. The two stars on the scarlet area are white and the two on the white are scarlet. What Army Regulation s govern the raising and the lowering of the Flag?
The field flag may be displayed from a flag pole only when distinguished visitors are present and only with the positional field flag. Never on land, only at sea when 2 friendly ships of war meet.
See table for positions that are authorized this size positional color.
Military Police Prison of War Camps x.