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The Singapore war ensign is white with a red canton with a white crescent and stars, crescent pointing to fly, and an eight-pointed red cardinal points device in the fly. Ratio 1:2. Source: Barraclough and Crampton 1981 [bcr81].
Željko Heimer, 5 July 1996
From my observations as a Singaporean, the War Ensign is used by the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) aboard their naval vessels at the main mast.
Herman Felani, 24 August 2001
The blue State Ensign was formerly used by our Navy upon independence and up to 5th May 1967 when our Navy was granted the white War Ensign (ratio 1:2) which doubled up as the land-based Navy Flag (ratio 2:3).
Herman Felani, 14 June 2002Mostbet