battle flag


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Noun1.battle flag - a flag that leads troops into battlebattle flag - a flag that leads troops into battle
flag - emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
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The battle flag in the distance jerked about madly.
The frigate was delivered to the Italian Navy on February 27, 2014, and received its battle flag on April 22, 2016, in Reggio Calabria.
The committee rejected a proposed amendment to the pastoral to include the Confederate battle flag alongside nooses and swastikas as symbols of hatred.
A short walk from where President-elect Abraham Lincoln made the last train stop in his home state before leaving for Washington on the verge of the Civil War, a Confederate battle flag flies from a home garage.
For a state whose flag still includes the Confederate Battle Flag, some see irony in the selection of the Mitchell Memorial Library as host building for the Grant Presidential Library.
"It's time to lower the white flag, hoist the battle flag and take back our audience.
The names emblazoned on its battle flag read like a history of that army, beginning with the Seven Days' Battles and ending with the final roll call at Appomattox.
The fact that we are still arguing about the meaning of a Confederate battle flag, which later morphed into a battle standard of white supremacy, is astounding.
On the other hand, Edgar Tice, a 48-year-old African-American resident of Mississippi, said: It's the Confederate battle flag, and what were they fighting for?
Once again, they rallied under the banner of the Confederate battle flag. But this time, local and state officials from law enforcement and state agencies like the Sovereignty Commission in Mississippi joined them in their effort.