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Ecuador - Naval Flags

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National Ensign

(2:3)
image by Eugene Ipavec, 10 September 2006

I received today a copy of "Ceremonial Maritimo de la Armada del Ecuador". according to this booklet, national flag is always with Coat of Arms and has a ratio of 2:3 (this confirms official website). The national flag is also used as Naval and Merchant Ensign.
Armand Noel du Payrat, 11 Febuary 1999

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - National Ensign (---/--W (2:3)) - This is the national flag in 2:3 ratio for use the the Navy. Note explains that the same is used as Presidential Standard, and in ratio 1:1 as Ceremonial Colours.
Željko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador do not show it. The ensign without coat of arms is shown as "civilensign, national ensign for private citizens".
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001


Naval Jack


image by Željko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to William Crampton: The Complete Guide to Flags [cra89] (p.121): "Ecuador, Jack - Blue with a condor and foul anchor all white".
Randy Young, 9 Febuary 2001

According to Album 2000 [pay00]: Jack - Blue flag with white cabled anchor topped with a condor. Previous issue of Album agrees with this, as well as Crampton's [cra90f]. Znamirowski [zna99] on p. 95 states that the jack is the same as the national flag (I guess he means the CoA-less flag). This is cerainly not correct, at least not any more. However, it may be that it was so before introduction of the blue jack, since [gmc17] also gives the Ecuadorean tricolour (ratio 2:3, w/o Coat of Arms) as the jack (to be seen in [zna99] on p. 97 too).
Željko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador, the previous jack had the coat of arms.
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001


Masthead Pennant


image by Željko Heimer, 1 August 2001

According to Album 2000 [pay00]: Masthead pennant - Triangualr pennant vertically divided in yellow, blue and red, ratio apparently 1:10, stripes ratio based on measuring of the image in Album 2000 is 35:30:35.
Željko Heimer, 1 August 2001

The Flaggenbuch (1939-41) [neu92] section dedicated to Ecuador show 2:1:1 trapezoid pennant.
Ivan Sache, 2 August 2001

Masthead Pennant at National Geographic (1917)


image by Željko Heimer, 1 August 2001

National Geographic (1917) [gmc17] has similar pennant, but it is trapezoid, and with different ratio of colours.
Željko Heimer, 1 August 2001


Liceo Naval  "Cmdte. Rafael Andrade Lalama"


flag
image by Eugene Ipavec, 4 May 2007


coat of arms
image by Eugene Ipavec, 4 May 2007

The Liceo Naval "Cmdte. Rafael Andrade Lalama (Cmdt Rafael Andrade Lalama Naval Lyceum) is located in Guayaquil, and despite its name, which derivesx from the traditional French lycée, which is of course a secondary school, this institution is actually the Ecuadorian Naval Academy. It quite properly refers to its flag as a Standard; a color photograph of this standard can be seen at <www.liceonaval.mil.ec>.
Ron Lahav, 4 May 2007

In an earlier posting I had identified the Liceo Cmdte. Rafael Andrade Lalama (Cmdt. Rafael Andrade Andrade Lalama)) as the Ecuadorian Naval Academy, but it seems that I was misinformed and that I should have followed the suggestion given in the name of this institution - the word Liceo is derived from the French word Lycée, and refers to a higher academically oriented secondary and post-secondary institution, rather like a combination of a US high school and junior college. It is not the Ecuadorian Naval Academy.
Ron Lahav, 17 August 2007


Escuela Superior Naval "Comandante Rafel Morán Valverde"


image by Eugene Ipavec, 17 August 2007


image by Eugene Ipavec, 17 August 2007


image by Eugene Ipavec, 17 August 2007

Cmdt. Rafael Morán Valdez Naval College is located at the Salinas Naval Base. This is the genuine Naval Academy, and a note on its home page indicates that it is the principal institution for the training of both the Ecuadorian Navy (Armada) and Coast Guard (Guardamarina). Photographs of the flags of the Escuela Superior can be seen at <www.essuna.org>.
Ron Lahav, 17 August 2007

Actually within the site there are three flags; one at "MENSAJE DEL DIRECTOR", black with small emblem; second at "Guardiamarina- Formación": black w/ large emblem, inscriptions; and third - an EC national with inscription "ESCUELA SUPERIOR NAVAL".
Eugene Ipavec, 17 August 2007


Armada del Ecuador - Instituto Oceanografico


image by Chris Kretowicz, 30 April 2001

Ecuadorian Antarctic Program operates one station in Antarctica (non-permanent): PEDRO VICENTE MALDONADO. Organizing authority is: Armada del Ecuador - Instituto Oceanografico.
Chris Kretowicz, 30 April 2001


image by Chris Kretowicz, 4 May 2001

In January 2001 Ecuador send an expedition to re-occupy Pedro Vicente Maldonado Antarctic Station and to conduct additional scientific research.
Chris Kretowicz, 4 May 2001


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