DISTINGUISHING FLAGS
 


 
I CORPS    ARMY OF THE POTOMAC
 
Notes
 

On 7 February 1863 Army of the Potomac General Order No. 10 specified a designating flag for headquarters of corps:  blue, swallowtailed, with the number of the corps in red on a white botonee-style cross. Then on 12 May 1863 General Order No. 53 specified a complete set of division and brigade flags. Each corps was assigned a unique badge (a circle for I Corps) which appeared on these flags. The corps headquarters flags, however, were not changed until 1864, when General Order No. 115 specified that they were to bear their number on the corps badge. Since, however, I Corps was dissolved in March 1864 it never bore a flag of that pattern.
 



 

DESIGNS AUTHORIZED PER GENERAL ORDERS NUMBERS 10 & 53

 

HEADQUARTERS I CORPS

 

I CORPS ARTILLERY BRIGADE

 

I CORPS QUARTERMASTER

 

1st DIVISION

 

1st BRIGADE

 

2nd BRIGADE

 

3rd BRIGADE

 

4th BRIGADE

 

2nd DIVISION

 

1st BRIGADE

 

2nd BRIGADE

 

3rd BRIGADE

 

4th BRIGADE

 

3rd DIVISION

 

1st BRIGADE

 

2nd BRIGADE

 

3rd BRIGADE
 

 

4th BRIGADE
 



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