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The current Royal Marines camp flag is dark blue with red, yellow and green stripes - see http://www.flags.net/UNKG05.htm.
The camp flag of the Royal Scots was dark blue over medium green over red in equal stripes.
I don't know this one for certain - the colours of the flag would be dark blue and orange, but I'm not certain how they would be arranged.
Dark blue with a narrow red central stripe (proportions around 3:2:3)
Plain medium green.
Dark blue with a central stripe divided red over grass green (again, around 3:1:1:3)
The colours of their flag were cherry red and yellow. The Expeditionary Force HQ used an arm badge of a white five-pointed star on a blue square. This might have appeared as a flag.
Ian Sumner, 27 January 2002
Source: W.J.Gordon (1915)
Other regiments (without information about camp flags) involved in Russia at this time include:
The Hampshire Regiment
The East Surrey Regiment
The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment).
David Prothero, 27 January 2002
This flag dark blue-light blue-dark blue with badge showing a rising eagle
can be seen at http://www.flags.net/UNKG06.htm.
A similar badge can be seen for the British AAC 1st Regiment at
Valentin Poposki, 5 December 2005