Nearest the stern of a ship or tail of an aircraft.
- On sailboats underway, it may be flown from the aftermost peak or leech in place of other ensigns.
- In ships not having a rudder post or rudder stock, measure to the aftermost part of the stern or transom.
- Moreover, deflection of the shaft is caused within the length of the said aftermost bearing.
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