White flag charged with the State flag in the canton and with stylized azure wings and double cross of Jogaila family in lower right quarter. The cross of Jogaila family is white bordered with two black bends. Ratio: 1:2
White with a dark blue St. George-style cross throughout and the Lithuanian tricolor in the canton. Ratio: 1:2
White with a circular badge showing the stylized Columns of Gediminas on a red field, with a dark blue anchor behind the badge. Ratio: 1:2
Identical to a historical state flag of Lithuania. Ratio: 3:5
The Flag of Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces
White flag with the national tricolour in the canton and three sixpointed stars set in rasing diagonal in the fly half. The stars are sixpointed segmented with black lines and with white border fimbriated with red
Chief of Staff's Flag
Flag similar to CinC Armed Forces, but with two stars only.
Commander Naval Armed Forces
Flag similar to CinC Armed Forces, but with a single star only.
Brigade Commander's flag
Pennat consisting of the national flag at hoist and tapering swallow-tailed white part at fly, continuing two red stars (of the same shape as in the previous flags) next to each other. Ratio: 1:5
Same as Brigade Commander's flag, but with single star. Ratio: 1:5
Same as Brigade Commander's flag, but without the stars. Ratio: 1:5
Rectangular pennant with swallow-tail, national tricolour at hoist (1:4) and blue fly. Total flag ratio: 1:20
Each county of Lithuania has adopted a flag, each of them conforming to a pattern: a blue rectangle, with ten instances of the Cross of Vytis appearing in gold, acts as a fringe to the central feature of the flag, which is chosen by the county itself. Most of the central designs were adapted from the counties' coat of arms.