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Royal Australian Air Force Staff Flags

Last modified: 2009-07-26 by jonathan dixon
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Service Distinguishing Flags

Chapter 11, Annex I, of the RAAF Manual of Ceremonial, AAP 5135.002, which is downloadable at this Air Cadet Corps site, shows "service distinguishing flags" of the follwoing senior officials and officers:

Joe McMillan, 22 November 2003


Chief of Air Force flag

[Chief of Air Force] by Joe McMillan, 22 November 2003

The Chief of Air Force (formerly Chief of Air Staff) flag is a vertical tricolour air force blue-dark blue-air force blue fimbriated red, with a gold wedge-tailed eagle overall. The colours are derived from triangular shoulder patches worn by members of the Australian Flying Corps during World War I.

The Chief of Air Staff formerly flew the RAAF Ensign.
Miles Li, 27 February 2002

According to the RAAF Manual of Ceremonial, AAP 5135.002, which is downloadable at this Air Cadet Corps site, and the Army Ceremonial Manual (PDF), this is a masthead flag only, as described for the Chief of Defence Force. The Chief of Air Force, along with Air Advisor / Attache, flies the RAAF Ensign as a car flag.
Miles Li, 10 November 2007


Air Officer commanding a command

[Air officer commanding a command] by Joe McMillan, 22 November 2003

Air Officer Commanding a command - Light blue, 1:2, with gold astral crown. Car flag only.
Source: Chapter 11, Annex I, of the RAAF Manual of Ceremonial, AAP 5135.002, which is downloadable at this Air Cadet Corps site.
Joe McMillan, 22 November 2003


Officer of air rank commanding a base or independent unit

[officer of air rank commanding a base or independent unit] by Joe McMillan, 22 November 2003

Light blue, 1:2, with gold astral crown superimposed on RAAF roundel. Car flag only.
Source: Chapter 11, Annex I, of the RAAF Manual of Ceremonial, AAP 5135.002, which is downloadable at this Air Cadet Corps site.
(An officer of air rank is an air commodore, air vice marshal, air marshal, air chief marshal, or marshal of the RAAF--equivalent of a general officer in the army or flag officer in the navy).
Joe McMillan, 22 November 2003


Officer of the rank of squadron leader or above commanding a base or independent unit

[Squadron Leader or above commanding a base or independent unit] by Joe McMillan, 22 November 2003

Officer of the rank of squadron leader or above commanding a base or independent unit - Light blue, 1:2, with the RAAF roundel. Car flag only.
Source: Chapter 11, Annex I, of the RAAF Manual of Ceremonial, AAP 5135.002, which is downloadable at this Air Cadet Corps site.
Joe McMillan, 22 November 2003


Minister of Air flag

The flag of the former Minister of Air was air force blue, with air force emblem (in full colour?) at the centre. (source: Flags Of All Nations 1958 [hms58])
Miles Li, 27 February 2002

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