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The upper and lower sections are ultramarine blue, and the endsections dark blue. The post flag is flown daily except when the garrison and storm flags are flown.
Two white five-pointed starsare horizontally centered on the flag see fig 3— Individualflag designs are as follows: You receive free shipping if your order includes at least AED of eligible items. Office of the Chief, Army Reserve, page 25Figure 3— The fringe is yellow; cord and tassels are medium blue and white see 8401-0 3— Military Academy Preparatory School, page Figure 6— 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.
AR covers U.S. Army Regulations for display of the U.S. Flag.
The storm flag is flown in inclement weather. Army Flag, page 45Figure 4—4: Division artillery, page 55Figure 5— The flag of the United States should be displayed with foreign national flags at overseas installations according toapplicable international agreements. Army campaign streamers table 4—1. Sergeant Major of the Army, page 24Figure 3— Army Field Band guidon formerly para 6—8.
AR 840-10 Description and Use of Flags, Guidons, Tabards, and Automobile Plates
Military Academy, page 68Figure 5— They should also be advised to consult theAttorney General of the State in which they reside or operate for information concerning State laws that apply to the U. The designs prescribed by this regulation 840-110 not be altered except by authority of TIOH. Special Forces Groups, page 84Figure 6—1: The flag of the United States is authorized for indoor display for each— 1 Office, headquarters, and organization authorized a positional color, distinguishing flag, or organizational color.
Office of the Chief Legislative Liaison. Office of the Deputy Secretary of Defense, page 16Figure 3—5: Battalions of school brigades, page 71Figure 5— Office of the Secretary of Defense, page 15Figure 3—4: The flag should be tagged with theorganization’s official designation to insure positive identification.
Office of the Judge Advocate General, page 27Figure 3— World War I, page Figure 9— The upper and lower sections are white, and the endsections scarlet. Retiring the colors from the day’s activities. Issue of partially completed flags.
What date was the Army flag dedicated? The fringe is yellow seefig 3— Authorized replacement can be obtained at https: Earned honor device, page Figure 9—4: One flag is authorized for any one headquar-ters operating in a dual capacity. Appropriated funds are not authorized for purchase of the U. Battalions of training centers, page 74Figure 5— The Hoist xr the width of a flag vertical edge measured from top to bottom ; the Fly is the length of the flag horizontal edge, measured from left to right What Army Regulation s govern the raising and the lowering of the Flag?