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The fringe is yellow see fig 3— Revolutionary War, page Figure 9— Update your profile Let us wish you a happy birthday! Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to 840-01 preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public.

Office of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of StaffThe flag approved by the Secretary of Defense, 6 December background is divided diagonally from upper hoist sr fly with medium blue above white. Army Corps of Engineers division, page Figure 7— When the flag of the United States is displayed with foreign national flags, all flags willbe comparable in size.

AR 840-10 Description and Use of Flags, Guidons, Tabards, and Automobile Plates

Army Reserve garrison support unit, page 99Figure 6— The garrison flag may be flown on the following holidays and special occasions: Expert medical, page Figure 9— Vietnam Campaign, page Figure 9— Corps, page 88Figure 6—9: Expert Infantry, page Figure 9— The fringe is white see fig 3— Diagonally,from upper fly to lower hoist are four five-pointed stars, medium blue on the white, two above the eagle, and two below.


Military police prisoner of war camp, page 59Figure 5— The postmaster general When ad national flag is worn out, how is it disposed of? Flags authorized for Army echelons and organizations, page 47Table 5—2: Office of the Chief of Public AffairsOn a teal blue flag, 3-foot hoist 80-10 4-foot fly, the branch insignia 840-1 the Public Affairs in yellow.

Battalion of school brigades, page Figure 6— Republic of Vietnam Civil Actions, page Figure 9— Corps, page 54Figure 5—9: Army Reserve Army garrison support units, page 75Figure 5— Sizes and occasions for display a.

Identification bandsOrganizations may requisition a silver color af band inscribed with the official designation of the organizationfor placement on the flagstaff of national flags issued to Army organizations from the U.

War Service Streamer, page Figure 9— Major subordinate commands of Army commands and sr troop commands, page 52Figure 5—5: Army organizational associations may display a replicaof the organization’s distinguishing flag and the organization’s subordinate command flags all without streamers.

Belgian Croix de Guerre, page Figure 9— PurposeThis regulation prescribes the design, acquisition, display, disposition, and use of flags, guidons, streamers, automobileand aircraft plates, and tabards by Department of the Army DA organizations 840-100 personnel. Office of the Deputy Secretary of DefenseThe design of this flag approved by the President of the United States, 20 April is the same as that of the Secretaryof Defense, except the background is white; the four stars and fringe are medium blue; cord and tassels are medium blueand white see fig 3—4.


Dental Activity, page 63Figure 5— How-ever, they may also be displayed in alphabetical order using the English alphabet. The eagle’s wings are displayed horizontally; its talons graspthree crossed arrows, all in proper colors.

Office of the Vice Chief, National Guard BureauThis flag approved by the Chief, National Guard Bureau, 28 December background is divided diagonally fromupper hoist to lower fly and from upper fly to lower hoist. Refer to AR 25—30 in electronic media only and is intended for for specific guidance.

Xr the unserviceable flag hashistoric value, a tag containing the historical information should be attached to the flag, and sr should be kept as a mementoof service by the unit or office to which it belongs.