UKRAINE
 


 

NAVAL ENSIGNS & FLAGS SINCE 2003
 

Notes
 

After a period of some confusion between 1992 and the early 2000's, the Navy of Ukraine adopted a new set of ensigns, flags and pennants in 2003. Most of these are similar to versions previously in use, but the same shade of blue employed for the national flag of Ukraine is now used for the cross of the naval ensign. The new rank and appointment flags are all based on the ensign, with badges or stars added. The national flag charged with a white cross, used as a jack by Border Guard vessels, is now also the naval jack. The new naval auxiliary ensign displays the national flag rather than the naval ensign as a canton. The commissioning pennant and senior officer's pennant were changed to match the ensign.

Flag Proportions: Ukrainian naval ensigns and flags (except commissioning pennants) are made in 2:3 proportions.
 



 

NAVAL ENSIGN


 

NAVAL AUXILIARY ENSIGN

 

NAVAL JACK

 

COMMISSIONING PENNANT

 

SENIOR OFFICIALS' FLAGS FOR USE AT SEA

 

PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE

 

MINISTER OF DEFENSE

 

NAVAL COMMAND FLAGS

 

CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE NAVY

 

FLEET COMMANDER

 

SQUADRON COMMANDER

 

DIVISION COMMANDER OR COMMANDER OF A NAVAL REGION

 

NAVAL GROUP COMMANDER OR SENIOR OFFICER
 



 

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