|Ted Kaye, Holding a Vexi-Bit Flag: London ICV 27|
The Vexi-Bit flag like the UK Union Flag is a combined flag, derived from three flags. With the UK Union Jack, the three components that make up the British Ensign are the banners of Scotland, England, and Irish St. Patrick's Cross flag. Likewise the three elements of the Vexi-Bit Flag are the NAVA flag and two of the International Maritime flags: the letter V and letter B. Obviously V stands for Vexi, while the B stands for Bits. The Vexi-Bit flag has a swallow tail design, as it is for the wholly red Letter B-Bravo flag. Thus it is fitting that the first Vexi-Bit flag should manifest itself in the UK under a triplet flag, being a triplet flag itself.
Thus the Vexi-Bit flag declares subconsciously, "Victory for NAVA, Bravo!"