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Other Naval Flags (Taiwan)

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Masthead Pennant

[Taiwan masthead pennant]
image by Željko Heimer

Trapezoidal pennant blue with white sun at hoist and red at fly. The construction details are given in Flaggenbuch [neu39]. Width at hoist 15, width at fly 3, length of the entire pennant 150, length of the blue hoist field 30. Sun at the center of the blue field, height 2/3 of the hoist (i.e. 10)
Željko Heimer, 6 February 2003


Naval Unit Flag

[Naval Guidon]
image by Jaume Ollé and Miles Li, 5 May 2006

The Badge comes from www.mnd.gov.tw - the two anchors represent the fleet and the Marine Corps respectively (even though the Marines Corps uses different flags). Each branch of rice has five leaves, representing the Constitution's separation of powers into five Yuans (executive, legislative, judiciary, supervision and examination). The unit/vessel's name would be written in black on a white vertical strip near the hoist. Fringed in yellow, white metal spearhead finial with red tassel.
Miles Li, 17 March 2004


Navy Honor Guard

[Navy Honor Guard]
image by Miles Li

The 'usual' Navy Honor Guard flag is identical to the Army flag except the blue rectangle has a proportion of 1:2.
Miles Li, 17 March 2004

The Naval Honor Guard flag was used until 1990. Since 1991 it has the same design as the Navy Unit flag.
Miles Li, 12 March 2014


Naval Honor Guard (international)

Coast Guard Flag
image by Tai Yu-liang, and Akira Oyo, 02 May 2014

The flag for the Naval Honor Guard of the Republic of China (Taiwan). It's flown when the Honor Guard of Friendship Promoting Fleet performances. Because the Fleet mainly shows in the international occasions, "the Naval Honor Guard of the Republic of China" are written in Chinese on hoist. ( https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:ROCN_Honor_Guard_Flag_%28international%29.svg )
The flags of the Naval Honor Guard are still in use.
Akira Oyo, 21 April 2014


Naval Honor Guard (domestic)

Coast Guard Flag
image by Tai Yu-liang, and Akira Oyo, 02 May 2014

The flag for the Naval Honor Guard of the Republic of China (Taiwan), too. It's flown when the Naval Honor Guard performances. Because it shows in the domestic occasions only, "the Naval Honor Guard" are written in Chinese on hoist without "of the Republic of China". (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:ROCN_Honor_Guard_Flag_%28domestic%29.svg )
The flags of the Naval Honor Guard are still in use.
Akira Oyo, 21 April 2014


Duty Ship

[Duty Ship Flag]
image by Miles Li, 31 March 2014

It was adopted on August 1st, 1912 and still flown on ROC Naval ships.
Akira Oyo, 31 March 2014