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1503. S. national ensign: a. POLEMAST - Personal flag/command pennant not flown. b. POLEMAST WITH CROSSTREE - Outermost halyard, right-hand crosstree. c. POLEMAST WITH GAFF - Peak of pole. d. POLEMAST WITH CROSSTREE AND GAFF - Peak of pole. ORIGINAL 15-1 NTP 13(B) NOTE: If a Naval activity uses a polemast as the normal point of display of a personal flag or command pennant, and a personal flag or foreign ensign is required during an official visit of, or gun salute to, a civil official or foreign official or officer, it shall be displayed from the polemast, and the personal flag/command pennant of the officer in command shall be displayed at some other point within the command.
Bearers of the flag of truce are inviolable provided they do not act improperly. Should they do so, or should the flag be used improperly to obtain information, the bearers may become subject to capture and punished as spies. 1708. " 1709. POW/MIA FLAG a. The POW/MIA flag is a rectangular flag with a black background, with the silhouette of a prisoner of war camp guard tower overlooking a prisoner of war, and the words "POW/MIA YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN" inscribed thereon. b. As directed by ALNAV 105/85, all activities authorized to fly the national ensign are encouraged to fly the POW/MIA flag on occasions such as Veterans Day, Memorial Day, and National POW/MIA day.
Vessels 600 feet or more in length shall display a size 4 command pennant or size 6 personal flag. 906. SUCCESSION TO COMMAND a. When a flag officer or unit commander has been succeeded temporarily in command as prescribed in chapter 8 of Navy Regulations, or when he departs his flagship or headquarters with the intent of remaining absent for a period in excess of 72 hours, or is absent in excess of 72 hours, his personal flag or command pennant shall be hauled down until his return. The officer who has succeeded temporarily to the command shall display his personal flag or command pennant to which he is entitled.