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Philippines Navy

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[Philippines navy] by Jay Allen Villapando
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Description of the flag

The flag of the Philippine Navy has a navy blue field defaced with the seal of the Philippine Navy: a navy blue roundel with an anchor in in purple, superimposed over which is the traditional Philippine sea lion in Or; the roundel surrounded by two stylized naval cables in Or, containing a white border on which is written Hukbong Dagat Pilipinas (Naval Forces Philippines) with two stars.
Manuel L. Quezon III, 8 March 2002

Commander of the Fleet

[Philippines navy commander of the fleet] 2:3 by Željko Heimer, 11 November 2002

A blue flag with two white five-pointed stars one above the other at hoist and a white naval emblem in fly. I say "a naval emblem" since I don't think that the one there is the naval emblem currently. Possibly the white emblem is some older one. It consists of concentric white disks with two sea lions and two anchors.
Željko Heimer, 11 November 2002

[Philippines navy commander of the fleet] 2:3 by Željko Heimer, 11 November 2002

On it was reported recently that there is an entirely different flag for this function: a blue flag with three white five-pointed flags, one and two in fly and golden circular emblem in canton. The image there is too small to recognize what the emblem is, but presumably it is the naval emblem (which is not entirely  golden, but has golden elements). From the same site there are images of  the emblem, the golden sea-lion on a slanted silver anchor within a white ring inscribed HUKBONG DAGAT PILIPINAS.
Source: Album des Pavillons (2000)
Željko Heimer, 11 November 2002

Masthead Pennant

[Philippines navy commander of the fleet] 1:7
by Željko Heimer, 11 November 2002

Rectangular swallow-tailed pennant, blue over red, with white field at hoist containing three yellow five-pointed stars. As the jack is from 1955, this may well be the same for the masthead pennant.
Source: Album des Pavillons (2000)