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[Flag of the Department of Energy] by Joe McMillan, 11 December 2001



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The Department of Energy's flag is regulated by Title 10, Code of Regulations, Section 1002. It is white with the departmental seal, approximately 2/3 of the hoist in diameter. The seal shows a coat of arms on the center, green, bordered yellow with a lightning bolt bendwise sinister issuing from sinister chief between an atom, a sun, an oil well, a windmill, and a generator, all yellow. The crest is a white eagle's head erased. The shield is displayed against a dark blue background, surrounded by a green ring fimbriated yellow on both the inside and outside, inscribed with the department's name in yellow letters. The dimensions are 52 x 66 inches for indoor use (with yellow fringe, cord, and tassels), and 36 by 60 or 60 x 96 inches for outdoor hoisting.
Joe McMillan, 11 December 2001


Secretary of Energy?

[Flag of the Secretary of Energy] by Joe McMillan, 11 December 2001

Secretary? of Energy - In addition, various pictures on DOE's web site show former Secretary of Energy Richardson in front of a similar flag but with a pale blue field. The seal is surrounded by a very narrow white fimbriation. I assume this is the Secretary's personal flag. Other departmental officials are pictured with the white departmental flag in the background. The GIF shows this flag without any stars on the corners, but this is merely speculation, since the photographs show only the central area of the flag.
Joe McMillan, 11 December 2001

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