68. Post WWII - Flags of the U.S. Army



Since WWII the United States Army has created a wide array of flags for use in its world-wide deployment. Perhaps the most significant flag created is the U.S. Army Field Flag which opens this Grouping. It is intended for use in the field in place of the Army’s ceremonial white color would be inappropriate.

Also presented here are the Army’s colorful and varied guidons used by company size units, the smallest flag bearing units in the U.S. military. Between an army-wide flag and the guidons in this Grouping are some intermediate echelon flags for corps, regions and training centers.

Unusual in the Grouping is an U.S. Quartermaster made Kingdom of Yemen flag, doubtless intended for use by either in Yemen or stateside by U.S. forces training Yemeni personnel.

 

 

Post WWII Flags of the U.S. Army Grouping

 



1 RESULTS
Item Ref Item Name Sub-Collection
International Committee of the Red Cross Flag. ZFC1309 International Committee of the Red Cross Flag. Trans-National

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