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[Navy Chief of Naval Operations flag] by Tom Gregg, 21 October 1998



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Like the color of the Chief of Staff, U.S. Army, the CNO's color is a diagonal bicolor, in this case dark blue over white. In the center is the badge of the Navy. The stars are arranged in a diamond pattern, as for the rank flag of a full admiral. Dimensions are 4' 4" at the hoist by 5' 6" on the fly with 2 1/2" fringe--the same as for the colors of the other services' chiefs of staff/commandants.
by Tom Gregg, 21 October 1998


Vice Chief of Naval Operations

[Navy Vice Chief of Naval Operations flag] by Tom Gregg, 21 October 1998

The USN Vice Chief of Naval Operations has a color similar to that used by his opposite numbers in the Army and Air Force. It is diagonally quartered, dark blue and white, with four stars arranged in a diamond pattern and the same badge as on the CNO's flag.
by Tom Gregg, 31 October 1998