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Commander-in-Chief of the Navy (Thailand)

Last modified: 2013-10-11 by Zachary Harden
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[Commander-in-Chief of the Navy (Thailand)] 2:3 image by Suttipong Phuensaen and Miles Li, 8 September 2013

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Sources: Flaggenbuch 1939 and Barraclough and Crampton 1981.

Calvin Paige Herring, 30 May 1998

From the Singha Beer source:

The Flag of the Naval Commander-in-Chief
The base of this dark blue flag is two thirds of its length. In the middle stands a yellow anchor threaded through a flaming yellow Chakkra, on top of which is a Crown — also in yellow.
Launched in B.E.2479 [1936 AD] during the reign of King Rama VIII, the flag resembles the one in use at the present time.
The image is identical to the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy flag in Flaggenbuch 1939.

Santiago Dotor, 5 Nov 1999

Blue flag with a yellow naval badge, the same one as used in the jack, a crowned anchor passing though a chakra. In Album 2000 the caption is "Chief of Naval Staff," but it is a matter of translation, I guess.

Željko Heimer, 30 Mar 2003