British Army Flags, Ensigns And Standards

SAS Special Air Services Banner Flag. Featuring the Special Air Services badge of the SAS printed on white Ensign.
3′ x 2′
Standards at ceremony for the Sidon
Arrival of the usual Bearers before the ceremony at Portland for the unveiling of the Memorial Stone for those men lost in Her Majesty’s Submarine SIDON in June 1955 commenced. Aside from the Submarine Standards, there have been Standards from the Ganges Association and from a Merchant Navy Organisation .
http://www.godfreydykes.info/HM%20SUBMARINE%20SIDON%20MEMORIAL%20SERVICE.htm

The Union Jack in IraqChristmas Eve, 2008
Men continue to fight and die under the Union flag, here draping a casket carried out of St. George’s Church in Telford after the funeral service for 27 year old Damian Davies who died alongside two of his fellow Royal Marines, Sgt. John Manuel and Cpl. Marc Birch, on Dec. 12. That they had been killed in Afghanistan after having been approached by a 13 year old boy pushing a wheelbarrow through which a bomb was hidden.

stone island zip through hoodie in grey 205RN and RAN Ensigns in IraqThe Iraqi ensign along with those of the training teams which have been working with the Iraq Coalition Defence Force: US Navy, Royal Australian Navy, Royal Netherlands Navy and the Royal Navy. Shame the latter flag is the one one that appears to be a cheap printed version.National flag-draped coffin of late Warrant Officer David Nary on repatriation to Australia 10 November 2005.

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