Roundel, three concentric stripes, red yellow red, wider yellow central stripe.
The spanish roundel uses the colours of the national flag. Its proportions are slightly different than these of the classical roundels, being thus closer to those of the stripes of the spanish national flag. The roundel is the same for all the air components : the Ejercito del Aire (Spanish Air Force), the Flotilla de Aeronaves, part of the Arma Aerea de la Armada Espanola (Fleet Air Arm of the Spanish Navy), the Fuerzas Aeromoviles del Ejercito de Tierra (Spanish Army Aviation), and the Guardia Civil (Civil Guard). The aircraft of the Navy have 'Armada' markings. Those of the Army (FAMET) have codes in the 'ET nnn' series.
Fin flash used from 1936 by the nationalist forces. Initially sported on the whole rudder of the aircraft, it is nowadays used in a smaller form on the tail of camouflaged aircraft.
Flag, three horizontal stripes, red yallow red, wider yellow central stripe.
Simplified version, without the coat of arms, of the spanish national flag. It is used, as a replacement to the black saint Andrew Cross, as a fin flash on the aircraft assigned to SAR duties, and on the helicopters of the Servicio Aéreo of the Guardia Civil (Flying Service of the Civil Guard).