Viet Cong (VC) Flag

Captured National Liberation Front (NLF) / Viet Cong (VC) flag that was captured by Wayne Farrell during the 1968 TET Offensive.

The National Liberation Front (NLF) / Viet Cong Flags were introduced in 1954. The flag is divided horizontally into two equal parts with a five-pointed star in the center. The top red field represents the blood spilled for peace, the blue field represents that of peace and the five pointed yellow star signifies the Mongolian race. Each point of the start represents a social class: the top point Students and continuing clockwise is the farmers, industrialist, merchants and soldier.