The U.S. Outlying Islands are grouped together merely because they are all uninhabited and ruled by the U.S. The only inhabited island is Palmyra Atoll. The flag emoji for the U.S. Outlying Islands is the same as the United States flag.
Codepoints: 1F1FA 1F1F2
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 2.0)
The flag emoji of the British Virgin Islands has a navy blue background with the Union flag displayed in the top left corner. The British Virgin Islands coat of arms is displayed on the right side of the flag emoji.
The Pitcairn Island flag emoji displays a blue background with a Union Jack symbol in the top left corner. On the right side in the middle is a largely green and yellow emblem with a blue, green, and yellow shield.
The flag emoji of the British Indian Ocean Territory features the Union Jack in the top left corner. The background is made up of white and navy waves. The flag also features a palm tree above St. Edward's crown.
The flag emoji of the French Southern Territories has a navy background with the French flag displayed in the top left corner. There is also a white symbol in the right bottom corner, signifying the five districts in the TAAF.
The flag emoji of the U.S. Virgin Islands features a simplified version of the U.S. coat of arms on a white background. On either side of the coat or arms, the letters V and I are placed to represent the Virgin Islands.