Office of the Chief of Staff, United States Army Flag
Photo Credit: U.S. Army
The flag of the Office of the Chief of Staff, United States Army, was approved on July 6, 1917. The background is divided diagonally from upper fly to lower hoist, in scarlet and white, with scarlet uppermost. The insignia of the General Staff, a five-pointed white star, surmounted by the Coat of Arms of the United States in proper colors, is centered on the flag. Four five-pointed stars are horizontally centered on the flag, two on each side of the insignia. The two stars on the scarlet area are white and the two on the white are scarlet.
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