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The term flagship refers to a representative or first unit of a fleet or other group.
Flagship may also refer to:
- Flagship (broadcasting), the originating broadcast for a broadcast network, radio show, or TV show, primarily in the United States and Canada
- Flagship (company), a video game developer
- Flagship compiler, a compiler of Clipper programming language for Unix-like operation systems
- Flagship magazine, a UK magazine specializing in postal and more recently other games
- Flagship product, a core product or product representative of other products in that product line
- Flagship Studios, a computer game company staffed mainly by former Blizzard Entertainment employees
- Flagship (band), an American alt-rock band from Charlotte, NC
- Flagship (sustainability certification), A classification of projects that meet the highest level of sustainability
- Flagship is also the callsign for Pinnacle Airlines
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