Last modified: 2013-12-14 by rob raeside
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image by Željko Heimer
From the Maltese Government website:
The pennant used by the Commander of the Armed Forces consists of a red field with the symbol of the Armed Forces in gold at its centre.
The Commander of the Armed Forces, has a red pennant with a golden tower in the centre. The infantry elements of the Armed Forces of Malta carry regimental colours, which are per fess red on blue with a badge of the former Royal Malta Artillery in the centre, with variations and additional scrolls, grenades etc.
Adrian Strickland, 30 November 2000
Red triangular pennant with golden emblem of the Armed Forces. The emblem is a masoned tower, which I guess represents some real tower, possibly in Valletta. Album des Pavillons 2000 shows the emblem in gold with black lines whereas the Maltese Government website shows red lines.
Željko Heimer, 31 May 2002
located by Pascal Vagnat, 1 June 2008
Source: World Intellectual Property Organization
This variant uses a white watchtower.