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Coast Guard Auxiliary Flags (U.S.)

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[Coast Guard Auxiliary Flag] image by Joe McMillan, 23 January 2000



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Description

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is a voluntary organization operating in support of the U.S. Coast Guard, primarily in support of boating safety activities. Title 33 of the Code of Federal Regulations prescribes an "ensign" and a "patrol boat ensign" for the CG Auxiliary.

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary flag - Medium blue with a broad white diagonal slash with the Coast Guard Auxiliary emblem in blue, rising at a 70 degree angle from the hoist. (33 CFR 5.47)

Joe McMillan, 23 January 2000


Patrol Boat Ensign

[Coast Guard Auxiliary Patrol Boat Ensign] image by Joe McMillan, 23 January 2000

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Patrol Boat Ensign - White with a red slash rising at a 70 degree angle away from the hoist, followed by two narrow parallel stripes, white then medium blue, with the Coast Guard Auxiliary emblem centered on the red slash. This flag is flown by CG Auxiliary vessels operating as patrol boats under Coast Guard orders. (33 CFR 5.48)
Joe McMillan, 23 January 2000

Forty more flags (Flotilla Officers, Division Officers, National Officers) can be seen at http://www.esva.net/~rwest/auxiliaryflags.html.
Dov Gutterman, 14 October 2002