National Markings
Lithuanian Air Force (Post-WW2)

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Lithuanian Air Force since its formation:



    
Main MarkingFin Flash

1993-present
The main marking is displayed on the fuselage sides of helicopters, in the standard four positions (above and below each wing) and on the fin or rudder of aircraft. Transport aircraft carry LITHUANIAN AIR FORCE service titles in English on the forward fuselage.

National Markings
Lithuanian Border Guard

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Lithuanian Border Guard since its formation:


1994-2001
The Ka-26 helicopters operated in a simple black and white colour scheme with the service titles POLICIJA on fuselage sides and on the rear of the fuselage pod. It is not clear if the national insignia was displayed on the tail fins.




Main MarkingFin Flash

2001-present
The main marking is a yellow/green/yellow diagonal stripe on the forward fuselage. The fin flash is displayed on the fin. No service titles are carried.

National Markings
Estonian Border Guard

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Estonian Border Guard since its formation:



 

Main MarkingFin Flash

1993-present
The national flag is carried as a fin flash on fixed wing aircraft. All aircraft and helicopters operate with civil registrations. Fixed wing aircraft and helicopters carry the service title PIIRIVALVE LENNUSALK.

National Markings
Estonian Air Force (Post-WW2)

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Estonian Air Force since its formation:



    
Main MarkingFin Flash

1993-present
The main triangular marking is displayed on the fuselage sides of helicopters, and in the standard four (wing not fuselage) positions on aircraft, with the point facing backwards. The national flag is carried as a rudder flash on aircraft. Neither aircraft or helicopters carry service titles.

National Markings
Suriname Air Force

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Suriname Air Force since its formation:



                                  
                             Main Marking                              Fin Flash

1982-Present

The main marking is displayed in 4 positions (ie above and below each wing, and on each side of the fuselage) on aircraft. The fin flash is displayed on the rudder. Most aircraft have the serial number applied on the fin with the prefix SAF.

National Markings
Guyana Defence Force

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Guyana Air Force since its formation:


                          (no marking available)         
                               Main Marking                    Fin Flash

1968-Present
The aircraft operate with civil registration, their only distinctive markings being the initials G.D.F. and the national flag, or its colours of red, yellow and green as an overall trim.

National Markings
Trinidad & Tobago Defence Force

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Trinidad & Tobago Air Force since its formation:



                                  
                 Main Marking              Fuselage Flash

1966-Present
The main marking is displayed in 2 positions on the fuselage sides of aircraft. The serial number is displayed on the tailfin. The fuselage flash is displayed diagonally over the fuselage. The helicopters have "NATIONAL SECURITY" written on the fuselage and the civilian registration number applied on the fuselage.

National Markings
Belize Defence Force

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Belize Defence Force since its formation:



                   
               
            Main Marking                                     

1983-Present
The main marking is displayed in 2 positions on the fuselage and the tailfin. Most aircraft have BDF and the serial number applied on 4 positions (ie above and below each wing, and on each side of the fuselage).

National Markings
Qatar Emiri Air Force

of the Qatar Emiri Air Force

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Qatar Emiri Air Force since its formation:


Main MarkingFin Flash

1968-1974
The national markings carried by the Air Wing of the Public Security Forces are not known.



  
Main MarkingFin Flash

1974-present
With the establishment of the QEAF a national marking of maroon, gold and white was adopted. This is displayed in the standard 6 positions (i.e. above and below each wing, and on each side of the fuselage) on aircraft – but on fuselage sides only on helicopters. The fin flash, crossed Qatar flags on black, is displayed on the tailfin. Aircraft do not carry service titles.

National Markings
Armed Forces of Malta

This section describes and illustrates the various national insignia used by the Armed Forces of Malta Air Wing since its formation:



  
Main MarkingFin Flash

1973-1980 & 1988-1992
The first marking carried by the Helicopter Flight was the insignia of the First Regiment of the Armed Forces of Malta. This was a roundel of red over blue with a white ‘1’ in the centre. The main marking was displayed on the fuselage sides of the helicopters. No tail marking was carried. In 1980 the unit became part of the Malta Task Force and adopted the marking given below. On 1 May 1988 the unit reverted to the command of the First Regiment and the original marking, although some helicopters now also carried the Maltese national flag as a tail marking.



  

Main MarkingFin Flash

1980-1988
On 1st April 1980 the Helicopter Flight became part of the Malta Task Force and adopted a new roundel of a white over red disc with the letters ‘TF’ in black. No tail markings were carried. The main marking was displayed on the fuselage sides of the helicopters.



  
Main MarkingFin Flash

1992-present
In February 1992 a new roundel was introduced, featuring the national colours of red and white with a (red outlined) black representation of the George Cross in the centre. The national flag remained as the fin flash. The main marking is normally displayed on the fuselage sides of the helicopters, and in the standard six positions on aircraft. The first aircraft to carry this marking were the newly delivered Cessna O-1Es. The version on the Bulldog appears to have a slightly smaller George Cross in proportion to the overall size of the roundel. Aircraft do not carry service titles.