|Flag of Nevada|
The flag of the state of Nevada consists of a cobalt blue field with a silver star in the upper left hand corner, surrounded by the state name "Nevada." Above this is a golden-yellow scroll with the …
|Flag of New Hampshire|
The State of New Hampshire has held two seals since it declared its independence from Great Britain on January 5, 1776. While both seals have been retained, most people are only familiar with the Gre…
|Flag of New Jersey|
The Coat of arms of the State of New Jersey was originally designed by Pierre Eugene du Simitiere in 1777 and was modified slightly in 1928.
|Flag of New Mexico|
The flag of the state of New Mexico consists of a red sun symbol of the Zia on a field of yellow. The colors honor Isabella I of Castile, her Habsburg heirs and the conquistadors who explored in her …
|Flag of New York|
The coat of arms of New York is the coat of arms used by the State of New York. The flag of the State of New York is the coat of arms on a solid-blue background. The state seal of New York is the coa…
|Flag of North Carolina|
The flag of the State of North Carolina is defined by law as follows:
"My vessel is stopped and making no way through the water."
|Flag of Ohio|
The flag of the state of Ohio was adopted in 1902 and designed by John Eisemann, for the 1901 Pan-American Exposition.
In harbour: "The ship is quarantined." At sea: "You should stop your vessel instantly." With four numerals, latitude. (The first two denote degrees and the rest minutes.)
"I wish to communicate with you." With one numeral, "I wish to communicate with you by..."; 1) Morse signalling by hand-flags or arms; 2) Loud hailer (megaphone); 3) Morse signalling lamp; 4) Sound s…
"I am on fire and have dangerous cargo on board: keep well clear of me.", or "I am leaking dangerous cargo."
"I am altering my course to port."
|Flag of South Carolina|
The flag of the state of South Carolina has, in some form, existed since 1775, being based on one of the first Revolutionary War flags. South Carolina's flag was ranked as the 10th best designed stat…
"I have a pilot on board."
"I require a pilot." When made by fishing vessels operating in proximity of the fishing grounds it means: "I am hauling nets." With four or five numerals, longitude. (The last two numerals denote min…
"I am disabled; communicate with me." (When flown from an aircraft carrier; "Warning; flight operations under way.")
"I am altering my course to starboard." Crew at meals
"Keep clear of me; I am maneuvering with difficulty." With two, four, or six numerals, date.
|Seal of Virginia|
The Seal of the Commonwealth of Virginia is the official seal of the Commonwealth of Virginia, a U.S. state. The flag of Virginia consists of the obverse of the seal against a blue background. The cu…
|Flag of Indiana|
The flag of Indiana was designed by Paul Hadley and officially adopted by the state of Indiana on May 31, 1917. It was the state's first official flag and has remained unchanged since then except for…
"I have a diver down; keep well clear at slow speed." With three numerals, azimuth or bearing.
|Flag of Afghanistan|
The flag of Afghanistan (Pashto: د افغانستان بيرغ, Persian: بيرق افغانستان) was adopted by the Afghan Interim Administration on December 22, 2001.
|Flag of Albania|
The Flag of Albania (Albanian: Flamuri i Shqipërisë) is a red flag, with a silhouetted black double-headed eagle in the centre, that represents the sovereign state of Albania located in the Balkans. …
|Flag of Algeria|
The national flag of Algeria (Arabic: علم الجزائر, Berber: Acenyal n Dzayer) consists of two equal vertical bars, green and white, charged in the center with a red star and crescent. The white color …