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List of Falkland Islands flags

This is a list of flags used by and in the Falkland Islands.

Territory flag

Flag Date Use Description
1999–present Flag of the Falkland Islands A British Blue Ensign with the Union Flag in the canton and the Island's coat of arms in the fly

Governor's Flag

Flag Date Use Description
Flag of the Governor A Union Flag defaced with the Island's coat of arms

Ensigns

Flag Date Use Description
1999–present Civil Ensign A British Red Ensign with the Union Flag in the canton and the Island's coat of arms in the fly

Military

Flag Date Use Description
Flag of British Forces South Atlantic Islands A tricolour of dark blue (Royal Navy), red (British Army), and light blue (Royal Air Force), superimposed with a motif of the Islands

Historical

Flag Date Use Description
1876 - 1925 Flag of the Falkland Islands The territory flag, with the seal of the Falkland Islands
1925 - 1948 Flag of the Falkland Islands The territory flag, with the Colonial Badge
1948 - April 1982
June 1982 - 1999
Flag of the Falkland Islands The territory flag, with the coat of arms in a white disc
-1999 Civil Ensign A British Red Ensign with the Union Flag in the canton and the Island's coat of arms in a white disk in the fly
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