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Naval Rank Ensigns (Saudi Arabia)

Last modified: 2013-11-24 by zoltán horváth
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Commander of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces

[Commander of the Navy (Saudi Arabia)]
image by Joseph McMillan

Source: Album des Pavillons 2000, [pay00]


Admiral

[Admiral (Saudi Arabia)]
image by Joseph McMillan

Source: Album des Pavillons 2000, [pay00]

Former Admiral's Flag

[Former Admiral's Flag (Saudi Arabia)]
image by Željko Heimer

Used since 1970's until late 1990's.

Source: The World Encyclopaedia of Flags [zna99]

The circular emblem is supposed to be a medieval Arab astrolabe, a navigational instrument that was a precursor of the modern sextant.

Joseph McMillan, 17 March 2000


Vice Admiral

[Vice Admiral (Saudi Arabia)]
image by Joseph McMillan

Source: Album des Pavillons 2000 [pay00]

Former Vice Admiral's Flag

[Former Vice Admiral's Flag (Saudi Arabia)]
image by Željko Heimer

Used since the 1970's until the late 1990's.

Source: The World Encyclopaedia of Flags, [zna99]


Rear Admiral

[Rear Admiral (Saudi Arabia)]
image by Željko Heimer

Used since the the 1970's.

Sources: The World Encyclopaedia of flags [zna99], Album des Pavillons 2000 [pay00]