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4E51804E51804E51804E51804E51807881128Purple Navy 🎨 RGB Color Code: #4E5180

The hexadecimal RGB code of Purple Navy color is #4E5180. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 4E red (78/256), a 51 green (81/256) and a 80 blue component (128/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(78,81,128). Closest WebSafe color: UCLA Blue (#666699)
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Purple Navy on Wikipedia

Navy blue
color list, color #19-3920 TCX—peacoat. Purple navy is a color that has been used by some navies. "Purple navy" in this color terminology usage is regarded
Purple Heart
The Purple Heart (PH) is a United States military decoration awarded in the name of the president to those wounded or killed while serving, on or after
Purple is a color similar in appearance to violet light. In the RYB color model historically used in the arts, purple is a secondary color created by
List of colors (alphabetical)
Brown) Pumpkin Purple (HTML) Purple (Munsell) Purple (X11) Purple Heart Purple mountain majesty Purple navy Purple pizzazz Purple Plum Purple taupe Purpureus
Danny Dietz
June 28, 2005) was a Navy SEAL who was awarded the U.S. Navy's second highest decoration, the Navy Cross, along with the Purple Heart, for his actions
Matthew Axelson
an enlisted United States Navy SEAL who was awarded the U.S. Navy's second highest decoration, the Navy Cross and the Purple Heart, for his actions during
Type B Cipher Machine
switch. Clearly, the Purple machine was more secure than Red, but the Navy did not recognize that Red had already been broken. The Purple machine inherited
Purple Hearts (2022 film)
Purple Hearts is a 2022 American musical romance film created for Netflix and directed by Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum. It is based upon the novel of the
Chris Beck (Navy SEAL)
Star and a Purple Heart. He told Anderson Cooper he wanted to be a SEAL because they were the "toughest of the tough". Beck retired from the Navy in 2011
List of colors: N–Z
100% 77% Purple (X11) #A020F0 63% 13% 94% 277° 87% 53% 87% 94% Purple mountain majesty #9678B6 59% 47% 71% 269° 30% 59% 34% 71% Purple navy #4E5180 31%

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