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Fringed ceremonial flags are displayed at events ranging from holiday observances to high school and college graduation ceremonies, from business meetings to dinner excursions and many, many more. Make sure you know all you need to know when setting out yours!

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On October 13, we celebrate the birthday of the United States Navy.

For 50 years, 1922 to 1972, the Navy’s birthday was celebrated on Theodore Roosevelt’s birthday, October 27th. The Navy League of the United States designated this date due to Roosevelt’s work in elevating the U.S. Navy to a premier force.

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In 2020, We Honor National Firefighter’s Memorial Day on Sunday, October 4. What is National Firefighter's Memorial Day? Find out here...

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A gathering at dawn. . . Have you ever driven past a school on an early morning, noticed a gathering of students around the American flag in front of the school and wondered what was going on? Chances are, you have happened upon an instance of an event called See You At The Pole™. See You At [...]

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Flag snaps are a small but essential part of displaying your flag outdoors. They literally hook your flag to the flagpole rope and keep it from flying away. Deciding which snap to use can sometimes get confusing.  Learn to select the right flag snaps here!

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Selection made easy . . . At Liberty Flags, the most common questions we receive are about flag snap hooks. This is no surprise, as checking snap hooks for wear and tear is one of the most frequent routine flagpole maintenance items, requiring attention about every three months. Here's what you need to know.

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Anytime the weather is very active, that means high winds and unpredictability. This means that for people who are flying their American flags outdoors, checking the condition of flag snap hooks is imperative. Here's what you need to know.

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On September 18 each year, we celebrate the founding of the United States Air Force. Although the U.S. Military purchased its first aircraft in 1909, the United States Air Force was not a stand-alone entity until 1947. Find the whole story here...

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We fly the American flag on National Holidays, including Independence Day. It’s not too often, however, that we stop to think about the flag that inspired our anthem, the flag that Francis Scott Key saw “so gallantly streaming”, the Star-Spangled Banner. Where is it now?

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The casualties of 9/11 are family, friends, and loved ones. They each had their hopes, dreams, and world-changing projects to pursue. Heritages and legacies were severed. This is what we are reflecting on, and why we will always remember these names.

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Labor Day is September 6, 2021. Labor Day has come to represent many things, but it will always recognize and celebrate the contributions that workers have made to the well-being of our country.

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On April 30, 1945, Adolf Hitler's successor, Karl Dönitz first delivered an act of surrender on the part of Germany, effectively ending hostilities in Europe. However, the United States was not at ease, as fighting raged on in the Pacific and in eastern Asia.

On August 15, 1945, Japan accepted the terms of surrender and World War II was effectively over. Since then, August 15 has been recognized as Victory over Japan Day, or V-J Day.

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On September 11, 2001, terrorists perpetrated one of the most horrifying violent plots against Americans on American soil. 9/11, since known as Patriot Day, is a day to mourn and to honor the strength and resilience of our country. We humbly offer the following ideas of how to reflect on 9/11.

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Each year, on August 26, we celebrate the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which prohibits the U.S. and its states from denying the right to vote to citizens of the United States on the basis of sex (thereby recognizing the right of women to vote).

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