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Commander of the Armed Forces' Pennant (Malta)

Last modified: 2013-12-14 by rob raeside
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[Commander of the Armed Forces' Pennant (Malta)] image by Željko Heimer

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From the Maltese Government website:

The pennant used by the Commander of the Armed Forces consists of a red field with the symbol of the Armed Forces in gold at its centre.

The Commander of the Armed Forces, has a red pennant with a golden tower in the centre. The infantry elements of the Armed Forces of Malta carry regimental colours, which are per fess red on blue with a badge —of the former Royal Malta Artillery— in the centre, with variations and additional scrolls, grenades etc.
Adrian Strickland
, 30 November 2000

Red triangular pennant with golden emblem of the Armed Forces. The emblem is a masoned tower, which I guess represents some real tower, possibly in Valletta. Album des Pavillons 2000 shows the emblem in gold with black lines whereas the Maltese Government website shows red lines.
Željko Heimer
, 31 May 2002

Variant Flag

[Malta]image located by Pascal Vagnat, 1 June 2008
Source: World Intellectual Property Organization

This variant uses a white watchtower.