Convoy pennant
Convoy pennant Con"voy pen"nant A white pennant with red border, carried: (a) Forward on all vessels on convoy duty. (b) Alone by a senior officer present during evolutions or drills, when it commands ``Silence.'' (c) Over a signal number, when it refers to the signal number of an officer in the Annual Navy Register. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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