Armed Forces and Service Flags

Indoor and Parade Flagpoles

    All of our Indoor and Parade flag display sets include an oak two-piece pole, ornament, gold metalicized floor stand and gold cord with tassels. These sets are appropriate to display State, Foreign, Military, Religious or Custom flags to match your American flag set. Flags are not included. Accessories will vary depending on the type and size of the flag to be displayed. The United States Flag is customarily displayed with the eagle ornament. State, Military, and Custom flags are displayed with a spear, and Religious Flags with a cross. Other available options to choose from include; silver and gold adjustable poles, light wood poles, and heavy cast iron...

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Historical Flags

The Grand Union flag was ordered by George Washington, the commander-in-chief of the new Continental Army, and was first raised on January 1, 1776 as a tribute to the new army.  The thirteen stripes signified the original colonies, the Union Jack was retained in the canton as a sign of loyalty to the British.   The First Navy Jack  flag is also known as Don’t Tread on Me, and the Rattlesnake flag. This flag is believed to have flown aboard the Alfred, flagship of the newly commissioned Continental fleet in 1776.   American ships used this flag or one of several variations throughout the Revolutionary War.   The Gadsden flag is named after Colonel Gadsden of...

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POW-MIA and Service Flags

Military Service Outdoor Indoor and Parade Desk Flag Set Military Service Banner and Flag Military Service Banner The Service Flag is an official banner authorized by the Department of Defense for display by families who have members serving in the Armed Forces during any period of war or hostilities the United States may be engaged in for the duration of such hostilities. The history of the Service Flag is as patriotic and touching as the symbolism each star represents to the families that display them. The service flag (also known as "blue star banners" or "son in service flags") was designed and patented by World War I Army Captain Robert L. Queissner of the 5th Ohio...

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Military Flags

Service Banner Outdoor Indoor and Parade POW-MIA Honor Flag Service Banner The Service Flag is an official banner authorized by the Department of Defense for display by families who have members serving in the Armed Forces during any period of war or hostilities the United States may be engaged in for the duration of such hostilities. The history of the Service Flag is as patriotic and touching as the symbolism each star represents to the families that display them. The service flag (also known as "blue star banners" or "son in service flags") was designed and patented by World War I Army Captain Robert L. Queissner of the 5th Ohio Infantry who had two sons serving on...

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