The BEST Episodes of Flag
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Jan 9, 2020
Network: Bandai Channel
In 20xx, a civil war broke out in a small country in Asia is getting hard in spite of dispatch of UN forces. But a picture taken by accident in the battle field accelerates the peace process. It is a picture of a flag. Although they are enemies, they cooperate together to fly it in a sanctuary, and the flag becomes the symbol of the peace. However, just before the peace agreement is achieved, the flag is robbed by an armed extremist group in order to obstruct the truce. UN decides to send SDC (Special Development Command) and a cameraman to record their activities. The cameraman is Shirasu Saeko. She is the cameraman who took the picture of the flag. At first they think the mission is easy because they wear latest armed suits, HAVWC (High Agility Versatile Weapon Carrier), but they get in trouble by unexpected attacks.
#2 - Flag
Season 1 - Episode 1 - Aired Jun 16, 2006
An armed extremist faction had stolen the FLAG, which was previously seen as the symbol of peace that triggered the cease-fire initiative between armed factions and the government forces in Uddiyana. The UN secretly dispatched a SDAC unit to retrieve the FLAG. Saeko Shirasu was assigned as the accompanying reporter. Alternate Synopsis: In the mountainous Asian country of Uddiyana a civil war rages. No end lies in sight for the war-torn nation until a lone photographer snaps an iconic image that comes to be known simply as "Flag." Hope arises as the many factions involved begin an approach to peace, rousing the call for a ceasefire behind the featured flag. When an unknown guerilla sect steals this symbol of unity, a U.N. Special Development Command unit is dispatched using the latest in military technology, a transforming bipedal exoskeleton known as the HAVWC system. Recruited to document this mission is a war-time journalist, the author of the "Flag" photograph, Saeko Shirasu. Witness the trials and triumphs of a peacekeeping taskforce behind the camera's view-finder as they take their first steps towards the recovery of the road to peace and discover the truth behind a struggle.
#3 - Portrait
Season 1 - Episode 2 - Aired Jun 30, 2006
Saeko started her reporting inside the SDAC secret base. However, Captain Chris denied Saeko's request to follow any military operations involving the use of HAVWC. Saeko tried to capture the soldiers in camera as they returned to base.
#4 - Night of the New Moon
Season 1 - Episode 4 - Aired Jul 28, 2006
It was established that the defence capabilities of the armed faction base was much stronger than expected. The SDAC unit decided to launch an operation to retrieve the flag on the night of the new moon. Preparation of the HAVWC tanks, the key element of the operation, became a race against time, and Saeko spent over night covering the activities of the unit. Meanwhile on the same night, as reporter Akagi was pursuing a young girl, a reincarnate of the goddess Kuhura.
#5 - Hyperbola of Darkness
Season 1 - Episode 5 - Aired Aug 11, 2006
On the night of the new moon, the SDAC unit began its campaign to retrieve the flag and was heading towards the "Ruins", the armed faction stronghold. Shirasu witnessed the crossfire while accompanying the unit. At the same time, the journalists, suspicious of the UN forces, found out about the UN's plan to bomb the city. Akagi had some idea where the target of bombing would be.
#6 - Collecting of Accompanying News
Season 1 - Episode 3 - Aired Jul 14, 2006
The SDAC unit is planning scouting missions in area where the FLAG was believed to be hidden. Once again Saeko's request to accompany the unit was denied. Nadi Olowokandi offered his helping hand.
#7 - Light in the Darkness
Season 1 - Episode 6 - Aired Aug 25, 2006
Ichiyanagi stormed in the armed faction stronghold to retrieve the FLAG. As the team were following the IC tag signal, something unexpected was waiting for them. They discovered the conspiracy to hinder the ceasefire. Facing return attack from the enemy and with no where to retreat, he attempted to breakthrough.