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Trinidad and Tobago - Air Guard Flag and Aircraft Marking

Last modified: 2023-09-09 by rob raeside
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Air Guard Flag

image by Hemendra Bhola, 5 August 2023

Air Guard flag shown in the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) site at www.ttdf.mil.tt.
From wikipedia: "The Air Wing of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence force was formed in February 1966, and was initially part of the Coast Guard and was called the Air Wing of the Coast Guard or the Air Wing. In 1977, it was separated as its own wing. In 2005 it was renamed the Trinidad & Tobago Air Guard (TTAG).
Hemendra Bhola, 19 January 2010

Blue field with the national flag in the canton. At the lower fly is the wing and shield emblem of the Trinidad and Tobago Air Guard over a lighter blue disc, edged in gold, and bearing the inscription Trinidad and Tobago Air Guard. The flag in this format is seen in the office of the Commanding Officer of the Air Guard.
Hemendra Bhola, 5 August 2023

Variant flag

image by Hemendra Bhola, 5 August 2023

Blue field with the national flag in the canton. At the lower fly is the full emblem of the Trinidad and Tobago Air Guard. The flag in this format has been seen at air bases.
Hemendra Bhola, 5 August 2023


Colour of the Trinidad and Tobago Air Guard

image by Hemendra Bhola, 5 August 2023

Design is the flag of the the Trinidad and Tobago Air Guard (however in the proportions of the Regimental and Presidentís Colours), and fringed in gold and blue.


Aircraft Marking

image by Eugene Ipavec, 15 August 2006

image by Željko Heimer, 6 April 2003

According to Album 2000 [pay00] - Aircraft Marking - Pattern exactly like the national flag (on land). However, [cos98] do not mention any marking of the sort, only the fin flash.
Fin Flash Marking - Red-white-black vertical stripes, red toward the front.
Željko Heimer, 6 April 2003

Both wrong. Aeroflight report about the marking of the Air Division of the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (formed 1966): "The main marking [winged emblem - see here] is displayed intwo positions on the fuselage sides of aircraft. The fuselage flash [red-white-black] is displayed diagonally over the fuselage."
Those stripes could be on the rudder, in the back part of the fusalage, in the front part or over the cabin. See www.airliners.net/343436, www.airliners.net/494812, www.ttdf.mil.tt and www.scramble.nl.
Dov Gutterman, 26 June 2004