a flag flown by a ship to show its nationality.
The national and regimental or armorial flags carried by dismounted organizations (such as a color guard). Hence, the national color for Army and Marine Corps regiments is the U.S. flag. The term also applies to the national ensign flown aboard a naval vessel.
The national or regimental flags carried by dismounted units, this term is usually used in the plural even for one flag.
The national flag and or other flags.
This is a term used to identify the flag flown from a ship. It either shows which nation the ship sails for, or the pirate who is sailing the ship.
The tricolor flag of the Army. Its colors symbolize: the blood of Jesus Christ (red), the fire of the Holy Spirit (yellow) and the purity of God (blue).
A company, regimental or national flag
the flags worn by a vessel to show her nationality.
a flag that shows its nationality
In 1927, the National Convention in Oakland, CA selected green and gold as the official Federation colors. Green to symbolize victory, growth, activity and strength and gold to represent the sun, faith and fruitfulness.
A flag, ensign or standard borne in an army or fleet. A country's national flag.
national ensign; distinguishing flag flown by a vessel to indicate her nationality. Also, the ceremonies performed at a naval activity when colors are hoisted at eight o'clock and hauled down at sunset.
A flag; it can be a battle flag or a national flag.
Small specks of gold.
The flag flown by a vessel to show her nationality. i.e. â€œDisplay your pirate colors proudly to let others know youâ€(tm)re a pirate. Aaarrr
raising or lowering of a national flag, ceremonies held at 0800 and sunset for hoisting and hauling down the national ensign
A flag identifying a regiment or army.