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image by Tom Gregg, 1 June 1998
Major commands of the U.S. Army have flags with a field of "national flag" blue and yellow fringe. The Coat of Arms of the U.S., in proper colors (minus the crest) is centered between the command's shoulder sleeve insignia above and a designation scroll below.
Forces Command controls all U.S. Army forces, Active, Reserve and National Guard, in the continental United States. Its principal mission is to maintain these forces in a deployable status according to current war plans. FORSCOM, as it is commonly known, has a secondary mission of continental defense. Some other Major Army Commands are Training and Doctrine Command and U.S. Army Europe.
Tom Gregg, 1 June 1998
U.S. Army Forces Command
Construction sheet created 12 June 1987.
FORSCOM adopted a flag that conformed
to normal Army organizational flag designs at some point after 1987.
Base: Bleached White (Cable 80001)
Fringe: Yellow (Cable 65002)
Dave Fowler, 20 July 2022