U.S. Navy/National Security Agency Submarine Flies Jolly Roger, “For Morale”

September 18th, 2017

Via: Ottawa Citizen:

US Navy Commander Corey Barker told the UK’s Daily Mail that the flag was flown for morale, and has no further significance. “There was no real reason for flying the flag, just a part of morale,” he explained. “When submarines come into and leave port they are authorized to fly flags as their commanding officer tells them. This is a flag they’ve flown in the past for morale. It doesn’t signify anything further.”

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