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Marine Corps Rank Flags (Taiwan)

Last modified: 2014-05-10 by zoltán horváth
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Marine Corps Commander 1960-1986 (de facto)

[Marine Corps Commander]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 10 April 2014

Flag of Marine Corps Commander was abolished on Jan. 3rd 1986 as Act of Ensign of the [ROC] Armed Forces was adopted. The style of this flag, yellow stripes on the top and the bottom, is for the Deputy Commanader-in-Chiefs of Tri-service (Army, Navy, and Air Force) because the Ministry of National Defense considered that a Marine Corps Commander was equivalent to a Naval Deputy Commanader-in-Chief.
Akira Oyo, 10 April 2014


Marine Corps Commander 1960-1986 (de jure)

[Marine Corps Commander]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 10 April 2014

Flag of Marine Corps Commander was abolished on Jan. 3rd 1986 as Act of Ensign of the [ROC] Armed Forces was adopted.
Akira Oyo, 10 April 2014


General (since 2003)

[Taiwanese General Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 21 April 2014


Lieutenant-General 1964-1986 (de jure)

[Taiwanese Lieutenant General Rank Flag] 2:3
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 18 April 2014

The Marine Corps' top rank is just a Lieutenant-General (which is really not fair, since Taiwan has the world's largest Marine Corps relative to the size of its Navy - there are as many Marines as there are Naval personnel). He flies the Marine Corps flag with two gold stars underneath the badge.
Miles Li, 26 March 2004


Lieutenant-General 1964-1986 (de facto)

[Taiwanese Lieutenant General Rank Flag] 2:3
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 19 April 2014


Lieutenant General 1986-circa 1992 (de facto)

[Taiwanese Lieutenant General Rank Flag] 2:3
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 20 April 2014


Lieutenant General (De jure since 1986, de facto since circa 1992)

[Taiwanese Lieutenant General Rank Flag] 2:3
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 21 April 2014


Major-General 1964-1986 (de jure)

[Taiwanese Major General Rank Flag] 2:3
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 18 April 2014

A Major-General flies a similar flag, but with just one star.
Miles Li, 26 March 2004


Major General 1964-1986 (de facto)

[Taiwanese Major General Rank Flag] 2:3
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 19 April 2014


Major General 1986-circa 1992 (de facto)

[Taiwanese Major General Rank Flag] 2:3
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 20 April 2014


Major General (De jure since 1986, de facto since circa 1992)

[Taiwanese Major General Rank Flag] 2:3
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 21 April 2014


Colonel 1964-1986 (de jure)

[Taiwanese Colonel Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 18 April 2014


Colonel 1964-1986 (de facto)

[Taiwanese Colonel Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 19 April 2014


Colonel 1986-circa 1992 (de facto)

[Taiwanese Colonel Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 20 April 2014


Colonel (De jure since 1986, de facto since circa 1992)

[Taiwanese Colonel Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 21 April 2014


Lieutenant Colonel 1964-1986 (de jure)

[Taiwanese Lt Colonel Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 18 April 2014


Lieutenant Colonel 1964-1986 (de facto)

[Taiwanese Lt Colonel Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 19 April 2014


Major 1964-1986 (de jure)

[Taiwanese Major Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 18 April 2014


Major 1964-1986 (de facto)

[Taiwanese Major Rank Flag]
image by Akira Oyo and Miles Li, 19 April 2014