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Venezuela - Naval Flags - Part 2

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Commander of the Fleet

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 22 August 2003

Comandante de la Escuadra / Commander of the Fleet - According to the Naval Ceremonial and Protocol Regulations number MAN-EC-CGA-0001-B effective since July 1st, 1997.
Raul Orta, 18 May 2002

According to Album 2000 Corr. 3 [pay03] - Commander of the Fleet (2:3) - Blue flag with a white fouled anchor in the middle and two white five-pointed stars, one to the hoist and one to the fly.
Zeljko Heimer, 22 August 2003


Commander of the Marine Corps

(2:3)
by Raul Orta, 18 May 2002

Comandante de la Infantería de Marina / Commander of the Marine Corps - According to the Naval Ceremonial and Protocol Regulations number MAN-EC-CGA-0001-B effective since July 1st, 1997.
Raul Orta, 18 May 2002


Commander of the Fleet Air Arm

(2:3)
by Raul Orta, 18 May 2002

Comandante de la Aviación Naval/ Commander of the Fleet Air Arm - According to the Naval Ceremonial and Protocol Regulations number MAN-EC-CGA-0001-B effective since July 1st, 1997.
Raul Orta, 18 May 2002


Commander of Coast-Guard

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 22 August 2003

Comandante de Guardacostas/ Commander of Coast-Guard - According to the Naval Ceremonial and Protocol Regulations number MAN-EC-CGA-0001-B effective since July 1st, 1997.
Raul Orta, 18 May 2002

According to Album 2000 Corr. 3 [pay03] - Commander of the Coastguard (2:3) - Blue flag with two light blue rising slanted lines, the thicker one passing approximately though the center and a thinner one towards the fly, and overall a white fouled anchor in the middle and two white five-pointed stars, one to the hoist and one to the fly.
The two stripes (bend sinister cotized in base only) seems to be internationally recognized signal on vessels to indicate that the vessel belongs to a coastal authority (whatever it is called locally, and wathever the variant of the service is).
Zeljko Heimer, 22 August 2003


Fluvial Commander

(2:3)
by Raul Orta, 18 May 2002

Comandante Fluvial/ Fluvial Commander - According to the Naval Ceremonial and Protocol Regulations number MAN-EC-CGA-0001-B effective since July 1st, 1997.
Raul Orta, 18 May 2002


Commander of Naval Zone

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 22 August 2003

Comandante de una Zona Naval/ Commander of Naval Zone - According to the Naval Ceremonial and Protocol Regulations number MAN-EC-CGA-0001-B effective since July 1st, 1997.
Raul Orta, 18 May 2002

According to Album 2000 Corr. 3 [pay03] - Commander of Naval Zone (2:3) - Blue flag with a white fouled anchor in the middle and two white five-pointed stars, one in the hoist top corner and one in the fly bottom corner.
Zeljko Heimer, 22 August 2003


Captain

(4:5)
by Zeljko Heimer, 22 August 2003

Capitán de Navío/ Captain - According to the Naval Ceremonial and Protocol Regulations number MAN-EC-CGA-0001-B effective since July 1st, 1997.
Raul Orta, 18 May 2002

According to Album 2000 Corr. 3 [pay03] - Captain (4:5) - Blue trpezoidal pennant with three white five-pointed stars horizonally arranged.
Album 95 [pay] is similar to Album 2000, but lighter blue.
Zeljko Heimer, 22 and 28 August 2003


Captain (Junior Grade)

(2:3)
by Zeljko Heimer, 22 August 2003

Teniente de Navío/ Captain (junior grade) - According to the Naval Ceremonial and Protocol Regulations number MAN-EC-CGA-0001-B effective since July 1st, 1997.
Raul Orta, 18 May 2002

According to Album 2000 Corr. 3 [pay03] - Captain not in command (2:3) - Blue triangular pennant with three white five-pointed stars horizonally arranged.
Zeljko Heimer, 22 and 28 August 2003


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