Category talk:International Code of Signals
Request for comments
There seems to be some casualness here that is propagating some distinct errors of fact.
To start, the "International Code of Signals" (ICS) is a definite standard. ("For Visual, Sound, and Radio Communications".) It describes exactly 40 flags and pennants (see File:ICS-flags.png): 26 letter flags, 10 numeral pennants, three substitute flags, and the "code" pennant – and no others. Some of the flag images here are actually U.S. Navy (and NATO) flags (such as the square number flags). It is incorrect to represent those as ICS flags; they should be moved else where. (Perhaps to a "Naval signal flags" section?)