Our military flags are made with heavy duty, 200-denier SolarMax outdoor nylon. They are screen dyed in bright, vibrant colors and finished with strong white headers and brass grommets. Choose your flag size and add to cart. Click on description for product details.
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2 Ply Polyester
These U.S. Army flags are made of tough 2-ply polyester, the strongest, longest lasting flag material developed for maximum durability. 2-ply polyester U.S. Army flags outlast nylon Army flags and are an excellent choice for high wind areas.
The US Army Flag was first adopted on June 12, 1956. By order of President Dwight D. Eisenhower it was presented by then Vice President Richard Nixon to the Secretary of the Army William M. Brucker at the Capitol, Washington DC on June 13. On June 14th which happened to be flag day, Secretary Brucker introduced the flag to the United States citizens with a public address in Philadelphia at Independence Hall.
Traditional Army flags measure 4 feet 4 inches by 5 feet six inches. The US Army flag is made of white silk and is embroidered with a blue design of the official War Office Seal. This seal represents the United States Army after it was put into action by an act of the Continental Congress on June 14, 1775. This is represented on the flag below the blue design of the War Office Seal with the marking of 1775.