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image by Tom Gregg, 6 September 1998
image by Rick Wyatt, 6 September 1998
The U.S. Air Force flag used for indoor display, ceremonies and parades is like the flags of the other services, it is 4' 4" at the hoist by 5' 6" on the fly with 2 1/2" yellow fringe, and is always carried or displayed with streamers. The field of the flag is ultramarine blue; this is the Air Force's "branch color." When it was still part of the Army, the Air Force's branch colors were ultramarine blue and golden orange, and these colors are still used by Army Aviation.
Tom Gregg, 10 October 1998
image by Tom Gregg, 27 September 1998
USAF uses the same guidon style for all units: ultramarine blue with the unit designation in yellow. The badge is the
crest from the USAF COA. TFS stands for "Tactical Fighter Squadron."
Tom Gregg, 27 September 1998