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Argentine Navy: naval rank flags (admirals)

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Admiral in command

[Admiral]
by Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001

Album 2000 [pay00] says:

7. Admiral in Command
Three stars “descending” diagonally. Used also by Deputy Chief of Naval General Staff and Commanding Naval Operations. (In Album 1995 the aditional functions were not mentioned — probably not existent at the time or covered under different flags.)
Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001

(I based my approximation in images from the Album 2000 — stars are inscribed in circles 1/3 of hoist, and the circles are set on diagonals in the middpoints of rectangles obtained by partition of the flag field in 9 equal rectangles.)
Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001


Vice-Admiral in command

[Vice-Admiral]
by Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001

Album 2000 [pay00] says:

8. Vice-admiral in Command
Two stars.
Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001

(I based my approximation in images from the Album 2000 — stars are inscribed in circles 1/3 of hoist, and the circles are set on diagonals in the middpoints of rectangles obtained by partition of the flag field in 9 equal rectangles.)
Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001


Rear Admiral in command

[Rear Admiral]
by Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001

Album 2000 [pay00] says:

10. Rear-Admiral in Command
One star. (How is this different from Somalia?)
Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001

(I based my approximation in images from the Album 2000 — stars are inscribed in circles 1/3 of hoist, and the circles are set on diagonals in the middpoints of rectangles obtained by partition of the flag field in 9 equal rectangles.)
Željko Heimer, 03 Feb 2001


Admiral without command

Naval jack of Argentina
by Jaume Ollé, 30 Jul 2000

The naval jack can be also used by an Admiral without command.
Ivan Sache, 26 May 1999


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