The Flag Locker seeks to document the flags of the world and welcomes the global community of vexillologists to contibute their knowledge and research.
The site is always evolving and expanding. There are always going to be new flags to add, historical flags to research, features to develop, and corrections to be made. However, that is exactly what makes the Flag Locker so exciting.
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The Flag Locker Team
In 1966, Ghana Naval Ensign adopted their flag.
In 1966, Ghana Civil Ensign adopted their flag.
In 1966, Ghana adopted their flag.
In 1966, Ghana Air Force Ensign adopted their flag.
In 1966, Ghana Civil Air Ensign adopted their flag.
We've recently launched a re-design of the site aimed at increasing screen real-estate and increasing accessibility to the alphabetical menu. The Updates page and Search Results now include icon-sized versions of the flags, their titles, adoption and supercession dates.
The site has also adopted the motto "Vexilus Omnibus", meaning "All Flags".
At this time I am looking for interested members to become contibutors. If you know how to generate .SVG images using Photoshop / Illustrator, or similr software, then you have what it takes to contribute designs. Click over to the Contact page and drop us a line.
A field of blue with the flag of Ghana in the canton.In the lower half of the fly, the Ghana Air Force roundel, three concentric circles of red, yellow, and green (largest to smallest).