Charlie Lima Echo Triblend Adult Tank

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This design is named Charlie Lima Echo, in reference to the International Maritime Code of Signals.

Even with today’s advanced satellite communication, the U.S. Navy continues to use the International Signal Flags for visual signaling. In order to maintain radio silence, Signalmen hoist the various alphabet flags, numeral pennants, and special flags on a halyard to transmit messages to other vessels. Each side of a ship is equipped with a full set of signal flags to ensure visibility.

There are multiple methods by which these flags can be used as signals. Our Navy has unique signals used among other U.S. Navy or allied forces, but the principal system of flags and associated codes is the International Code of Signals (ICS). The fundamental function of the International Code of Signals is to provide ways and means of universal communication for safety of navigation related situations. Each flag has a standard name, and a series of them can be used to spell out a message. For example, the flags on THIS shirt spell out “Charlie Lima Echo” or “CLE”.  Every individual flag also has a specific meaning, and one or more flags also form code words. For example, the Lima Charlie flags together translate as Loud and Clear.

 

Product Color: Oatmeal

Product Details: 50/25/25 polyester/rayon/cotton

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This design is named Charlie Lima Echo, in reference to the International Maritime Code of Signals.

Even with today’s advanced satellite communication, the U.S. Navy continues to use the International Signal Flags for visual signaling. In order to maintain radio silence, Signalmen hoist the various alphabet flags, numeral pennants, and special flags on a halyard to transmit messages to other vessels. Each side of a ship is equipped with a full set of signal flags to ensure visibility.

There are multiple methods by which these flags can be used as signals. Our Navy has unique signals used among other U.S. Navy or allied forces, but the principal system of flags and associated codes is the International Code of Signals (ICS). The fundamental function of the International Code of Signals is to provide ways and means of universal communication for safety of navigation related situations. Each flag has a standard name, and a series of them can be used to spell out a message. For example, the flags on THIS shirt spell out “Charlie Lima Echo” or “CLE”.  Every individual flag also has a specific meaning, and one or more flags also form code words. For example, the Lima Charlie flags together translate as Loud and Clear.

 

Product Color: Oatmeal

Product Details: 50/25/25 polyester/rayon/cotton

We want to make sure you know the best ways to care for both the fabric and the screen prints on your new Whiskey Island Clothing.

Here are a few care tips to avoid shrinkage, color fading and damage.

 

GRAPHIC & FABRIC CARE

Machine wash inside-out, with like colors and fabrics

Avoid bleach

Tumble dry low

Hang or lay to complete drying

Medium iron

Do not iron graphic

Do not dry clean

 

STAINS

We can all agree that life happens, it happens at tailgates, ballgames, concerts, parties, at home and everywhere in between.

Here are a few tips for removing common stains from your new favorite tee:

1. Be Quick: the sooner you address the stain, the better.

2. Blot, DON'T rub: rubbing spreads the stain.

3. Avoid heat: it can set the stain.

 

Coffee: We love it, but your tees don’t! If the stain is fresh, liberally apply club soda and blot until removed.

If the stain is set, pour warm water on the stain and apply a few drops of laundry detergent to help remove the stain, rinse thoroughly.