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Ecuador - Naval Rank Flags - Part 1

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Minister of Defence

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Minister of Defence (2:3) - The flag is blue with white cabled anchor set horizontally. The same flag is shown in National Geographic (1917) [gmc17] too.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador show it as flag of Minister of Navy.
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001


Minister or Ambassador

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Minister or Ambassador (2:3) - Blue flag with white cross and the national tricolour in canton.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador show it for State Ministers (excl. Minister of Navy) and diplomats.
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001


Governor

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Governor (2:3) - Red flag with white cross and the national tricolour in canton.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador show it for generals, charges d'affaires, and province governors. Colonels, general-consuls, consuls and vice-consuls had the same flag, but triangular.
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001

Like Senior Officer Afloat at National Geographic (1917)?
May it be that [gmc17] is wrong attributing this flag to senior officer afloat?
Zeljko Heimer, 2 August 2001


Chief of Armed Forces Joint Staff

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Chief of Armed Forces Joint Staff (2:3) - Blue flag with four white stars, one in each corner and two cabled anchors in slatire. This flag might be of a newer date, as probably the function is also rather new. I have not found it in other sources.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador doesn't show it . It shown without the anchor as 'flag of the general-commander of the Navy'.
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001


Commander General of the Navy


by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Commander General of the Navy (2:3) - Blue with four white stars, one in each corner and a cabled anchor (vertically) in the middle.This might also be of newer date, not found in other sources. In [pie90] (i.e. Album 1995) has this flag without anchor (so, equal to Admiral flag at National Geographic (1917)).
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador doesn't show it .
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001


Admiral in Command

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Admiral in Command (2:3) - Blue flag with four stars, one in each midpoint of arms of a virtual cross thoughout.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador doesn't show it .
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001

Admiral not in Command


by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Note to the image of Admiral in Command in Album 2000 [pay00] explains that the flag of admiral not in command is white with blue stars.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Admiral Flag at National Geographic (1917)


by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

National Geographic (1917) [gmc17] pictures flag for admiral with stars in corners.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Album des Pavillons [pay], correction # 30 (June 1998) show it as General Commander of the Navy.
Ivan Sache, 16 August 1999


Vice-Admiral in Command


by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Vice-Admiral: same but with three stars placed in triangle, pointing upwards.
Source: Album des Pavillons [pay], correction # 30 (June 1998)
Ivan Sache, 16 August 1999

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Vice-Admiral in Command (2:3) - Blue flag with three white stars, one in middle chief and two, each in a lower corner. The same flag for Vice-Admiral is given in [pie90] and [gmc17].
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador show it as 'flag of a vice admiral'.
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001

Vice-Admiral Without Command


by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Note to the image of Vice-Admiral in Command in [pay00] explains that Vice-Admiral without command uses white flag with blue stars.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador doesn't show it .
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001


Rear Admiral in Command


by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Rear-Admiral: same but with two stars placed on the vertical median of the flag.
Source: Album des Pavillons [pay], correction # 30 (June 1998).
Ivan Sache, 16 August 1999

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Rear Admiral in Command (2:3) - Blue flag with two white stars set one above other in the middle of the flag. The same flag for Rear-Admiral is given in [pie90] and [gmc17]
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador show it as 'flag of a commander of the Navy' ("Marinekommandant").
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001

Rear-Admiral not in Command


by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Note to the image of Rear-Admiral in Command in [pay00] explains that Rear-Admiral without command uses white flag with blue stars.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Flag at Album des Pavillons [pie90]


by Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

Rear-Admiral with subordinate command: same but with red field.
Source: Album des Pavillons [pay], correction # 30 (June 1998)
Ivan Sache, 16 August 1999

Album [pie90] gives flag of Rear-Admiral not in command as red with white stars.
Zeljko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador doesn't show it .
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001


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