UNITED STATES ARMY

FIELD ARMY, CORPS & DIVISION ORGANIZATIONAL FLAGS

Images Added December 2004

Organizational Flag, 25th Infantry Division
 

Notes

Field armies, corps and divisions of the US Army and their organic subordinate headquarters are authorized distinctive organizational flags. Designs are as follows:

For field armies, the flag is a horizontal bicolor, white over scarlet, with the army's authorized shoulder sleeve insignia (SSI) in proper colors centered. For corps, the flag is a horizontal bicolor, national flag blue over white, with the corps SSI in proper colors centered. Corps artillery headquarters have a scarlet flag with central horizontal stripes of yellow, scarlet and yellow and the corps SSI in proper colors centered. 

For armored and cavalry divisions, the flag is a horizontal bicolor, scarlet over yellow, with the division's SSI in proper colors centered. For infantry, airborne and training divisions, the flag is a horizontal bicolor, scarlet over national flag blue, with the division's SSI in proper colors centered.

Organizational flags for field armies, corps and divisions are 3 feet at the hoist by 4 feet on the fly with 2 1/2-inch yellow fringe. They are made of heavyweight rayon banner cloth with the insignia and numerals or monograms applied to appear properly on both sides of the flag. Campaign and unit decoration streamers awarded to divisions are always displayed with these flags.

Note: The Army's ongoing reorganization has resulted in major changes to the structure of the division and corresponding changes to some of their flags. Future updates will address these changes.
 

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FIELD ARMIES
 

THIRD ARMY
 

CORPS
 

                   

VII CORPS    VII CORPS ARTILLERY
 

COMBAT DIVISIONS
 

                   

1st ARMORED DIVISION    1st CAVALRY DIVISION
 

                   

1st INFANTRY DIVISION    2nd INFANTRY DIVISION
 

                   

3rd INFANTRY DIVISION    25th INFANTRY DIVISION
 

82nd AIRBORNE DIVISION
 

TRAINING DIVISIONS
 

                   

91st DIVISION (EXERCISE)    100th DIVISION (TRAINING)
 

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