Last modified: 2002-10-05 by rick wyatt
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by Tom Gregg, 13 September 2000
Organizational Flag, U.S. Army (Branch Immaterial): U.S. Army Training Centers that are not oriented to branch (e.g. those providing basic training) have organizational flags with a teal blue field and a yellow canton bearing the insignia for "branch immaterial" (the USCOA within a ring), also teal blue. The fringe is yellow. Dimensions are 3 feet at the hoist by 4 feet on the fly. Brigades of the TC would have the same flag with the brigade number in the upper hoist, and battalions of the brigades would also have their battalion number under the canton, all numerals being yellow. Teal blue and yellow are the colors used for flags of most Army organizations that are not oriented to a branch of service.
Tom Gregg, 13 September 2000