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image by Zachary Harden, 15 September 2018
- indicates flag is known.
- indicates it is reported that there is no known flag.
Municipal flags in New Hanover County:
The county of New Hanover in North Carolina is in the southeast part of the
state. Like many parts of NC and SC, this county is dealing with the devastation
and after effects of Hurricane Florence and their officials have been on TV to
give updates on power, fatalities and such. At
it shows a video of county officials in front of the US flag and the main county
flag (seal on a blue background). Using the seal from
recreated the flag image.
Zachary Harden, 15 September 2018
Paul Bassinson, 10 August 2018
image by Randy Young, 18 February 2017
While watching an episode of the crime documentary series Forensic Files on HLN, there was a scene that included in the background the flag of the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office in North Carolina. The flag features a black field with a gold border. In the center of the field is the shoulder patch used by the Sheriff's Office. The khaki-colored arched trapezoid shape of the patch includes a six-pointed gold deputy star with a black banner bearing the word "SHERIFF" in gold letters. Below the banner, still overlaying the star, are the
black silhouettes of a WWII-era North Carolina-class battleship above a modern-era Virginia-class attack submarine. In small, black, capital letters at the bottom of the patch are the words "HOME OF THE USS NORTH CAROLINA" in reference to the two silhouettes, representing the battleship USS North Carolina (BB-55) - currently a museum ship in New Hanover County - and the submarine USS North Carolina (SSN-777), which was commissioned in New Hanover County. Arched across the top of the patch are the words "NEW HANOVER COUNTY" in larger black letters. The patch is flanked on the black field by the gold numbers "17" and "39," representing the year that New Hanover County was formed, with the words "SHERIFF'S OFFICE" in gold capital letters above the patch and the words "New Hanover County" in gold letters below the patch.
Randy Young, 18 February 2017