The cloth of the flag has the same chromatics as the state flag of the Republic of Moldova. The flag is fixed on a wooden rod, measuring 2500 mm, with a standard pole on top.Its partition reminds of the old Moldavian military flags, from 1834-1863. The military colours, as well as their regulations, are issued by decree of the President of Moldova.The flag of the National Army of the Republic of Moldova represents a unique military vexillologic insignia.It is the symbol of the military glory, of the tradition and continuity, honor and loyalty of the soldiers and officers to the country. The military colours of the Moldavian Army units consists of the state flag, measuring 825×1650 mm, with golden fringes and tassels, having the unit's battle cry inscribed on obverse, above the coat of arms, and the unit's name on reverse, below the coat of arms.
On the front of the cloth, in the center, lies the Emblem of the National Army. Until further provisions, the State Flag of Moldova is used as the national flag and ensign as well, that is, civil, state and war flag and ensign.The red central cross reminds of Saint George, the patron and protector of the medieval Moldavian army. The military colours of the units of the Ministry of Internal Affairs are reproducing the state flag, with golden fringes and tassels, having the motto "" (The Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova) on reverse, below the top margin.Also, on reverse, above the coat of arms, is inscribed the name of the unit, all letters being embroided with golden thread.The blue and red shield on the eagle's chest is charged with the traditional symbols of Moldova: an aurochs' head, flanked by a rose in dexter and a crescent in sinister, and having a star between its horns, all of gold.These two national flags are also very similar to the flags of Chad and Andorra, which are all based on vertical stripes of blue, yellow, and red.