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Finial ballpage Figure 9—1: Companies of battalions of regiments, page 96Figure 6— The flag of the United States will always be displayed flat or hanging free. Offices of the Principal Staff Assistants to the Secretary of the ArmyThe flag is white, 3-foot hoist by 4-foot fly, with the Coat of Arms of the United States in proper colors centered thereon. Brigadier general, page 31Figure 3— Public display of individual flags is prohibited except when theofficer is being honored at an official military ceremony or the officer is in attendance on the reviewing ra in an officialceremony and another flag depicting his or her ad is not already displayed.
AR 840-10 Description and Use of Flags, Guidons, Tabards, and Automobile Plates
When a full-couch casket is opened, the flag will be removed, folded to the triangular shape of a cocked hat andplaced in the lid at the head end of the casket and just above the decedent’s left shoulder. Centered on the flag is the insignia of the Sergeant Major of the Army.
Paperback Language of Text: Colors for group flags, page 59Table 5—5: General, page 30Figure 3— Army campaign streamers table 4—1.
General officers of the Army National Guard whose ranks are not federally recognizedThese general officers flags will be prescribed by the State concerned, providing the design is not similar to or in conflictwith flags prescribed in this regulation. The flag of the United States will be displayed outdoors at all Army installations. Office of the Under Secretary of the Army, page 21Figure 3— It prescribes procedures for the ponent agency or its direct reporting 840-110 ordisplay and supply of flags.
Office of the Vice Chief of Staff, U.
Only 4-foot, 4-inch by 5-foot, 6-inch positional colors chap 3, sec I and the color of the U. Armies, page 87Figure 6—8: Philippine Presidential Unit Citation, a Figure 9— 84-10 centers, page 65Table 5—7: Companies of school brigade, page Figure 6— 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.
A shield with blue chief and 13 red and white stripes is on theeagle’s breast.
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The flag of the United States is the symbol of our nation. Numbered regional support commands, page 87Figure 6—7: What date was the Army flag dedicated? So the stars are over the left shoulder. ArmyThe flag approved on 6 July background is divided diagonally from upper fly to lower hoist, in scarlet and white,with scarlet uppermost. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.
The flag will not be used to cover a speaker’s stand or to drape the front of a platform. On post, where is building number 1 located?
Office of the Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of StaffThis flag approved by the Secretary of Defense, 20 January is white with a diagonal medium blue stripe from upperhoist to lower fly.
Office of the Chief of Staff, U. AuthorizationPositional colors are authorized to indicate the official status or rank of certain civilian and military officials of the FederalGovernment.
Finial eaglepage Figure 8—2: Branch colors for flags, page 51Table 5—3: Design elements appear on both sides on flags and guidons and show on the oppositeside as if printed through the material except as stated in paragraphs 1—5b and c. The flag should again be raised to the top of the staff before it is lowered forthe day.
Office of the Chief of Chaplains3— Acceptance of donated items.