The GO NAVY signal flag banner has been a popular one for us especially when there is a Army-Navy game. The Navy released the picture below and I though I would show what a difference in size there is between our decorative signal flags and the ones that Navy uses.
120614-N-HW977-127 NORCO, Calif. (June 14, 2012) Lt. Cmdr. Rob Kuffel, left, Chief of Staff at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona Division, and Lt. William Schindele, assistant operations officer, raise signal flags to spell “Go Navy” during a Flag Day observance. Flag Day marks the approval of the stars-and-stripes design of the American flag by the Continental Congress in 1777. This year’s observance also commemorates the bicentennial of the War of 1812. (U.S. Navy photo by Greg Vojtko/Released)
Below is a picture showing our signal flags spelling out US NAVY.
Our flags are 8 in x 8 in except thee A and the B which are 8 in x 9 in to the point. In addition the casing is 1 in on our horizontal banners and 1 5/16 for our valance and vertical banners