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image by Miles Li, 28 December 2009
The Department of the Army also prescribes its own SES flag, described and depicted in Army Regulation 840-10 (which can be found on-line at www.army.mil/usapa/epubs/pdf/r840_10.pdf )
AR-840-10 describes the flag as follows:
"3-36. Senior Executive Service
This flag is white, 3-foot hoist by 4-foot fly, with the Senior Executive Service keystone in gold centered on the flag, encircled by the words "Department of the Army Senior Executive Service" in gold letters on a dark blue background. The fringe is gold. (See fig 3-25)."
Presumably the Army's Institute of Heraldry has and can make available the official manufacturing drawings. I believe TIOH's address is included at the end of the regulation.
Joe McMillan, 8 May 2002
The members of the Senior Executive Service are the civilian equivalent of the general officers.
Miles Li, 28 December 2009