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image by Eugene Ipavec and Željko Heimer, 13 Jan 2008
I just spotted a UFE in Jordan. It was in a documentary about the attempts to breask the sound barrier with land vehicles. One of the contenders is British and went to the Jordanian desert to make his attempt. At one point, there was a shot showing three flags: the UJ, the flag of Jordan and, in the middle, the UFE.
It was a dark flag, black and dark blue, disposed in a wide vertical zigzag, with the black part at the hoist and the blue part at the fly. I'm not sure, but it seemed that the inner ponts of the zigzag reached the hoist side, while the outer points reached perhaps 75% or 80% of the flag's width. I'm also not sure about the number of points, but I'd guess some 4 or 5 outer points. What I am sure of is a crown, off-centered to the hoist site and rather big, perhaps as large as the portuguese COA in the portuguese national flag.
Anyone has any idea about what this might have been?
Jorge Candeias, 05 Aug 2004
Looks like the logo of Royal Jordanian Airlines, except that the blue would have been gray.
Miles Li, 15 Jan 2008