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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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Installing a flagpole or series of flagpoles is one of the few upgrades guaranteed to immediately beautify an American neighborhood. One of the best things about a flagpole is that it instantly creates a landmark — a visual starting point where memories can be forged, an easy waypoint to aid in directions, or and endpoint for simply coming home.

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What makes this house-mounted flag set better than other options? In short, the spinning pole. It’s true that the American Wave® Flag is made from premium quality materials and is produced entirely in the United States, but the spinning pole feature is good in a big way...

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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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The POW/MIA flag was born of a need to recognize the enormous sacrifice of those Americans who have been captured and held by enemy forces or whose condition is unconfirmed. The 100% American-made flag, in its original design, is proudly offered by LIBERTY FLAGS, The American Wave®.

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National POW/MIA Recognition Day (third Friday in September) honors our prisoners of war and our soldiers who are still missing in action. Learn more about the history of the POW/MIA flag and six dates each year to honor our missing soldiers through display of your POW/MIA flag.

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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 started it all, the flag that Francis Scott Key saw “so gallantly streaming”, the Star-Spangled Banner.

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Constitution Day is September 17. Schools and other institutions observe Constitution Day in a national effort to fulfill the educational mandates contained within the Public Law that established the holiday.

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As of this writing, we are open for business. Should that change, we will post updates here and throughout our website. Online customers will not be affected. Local customers should phone your order in, drive up while we fulfill it, and we will bring it to your car when you arrive.

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When was your state admitted to the Union? Which states celebrate their admission to the Union each month? Here is a month-by-month account, with links to view the flags of each state.

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Patriot Day is September 11 On September 11, 2001, terrorists perpetrated one of the most horrifying violent plots against Americans on American soil, successfully carrying out attacks in New York City and Washington D.C.. Although the events of September 11 took place so many years ago, the impact made on the nation and the world still resonates in our hearts and minds. 9/11 has come to be known as Patriot Day, a day to mourn. It is also a day to honor the strength and resilience of our country, which has been proven to the world ever since that dreadful...

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Labor Day is September 7, 2020. 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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Repairing Old Glory If there is one fact that all American flag flyers appreciate, it is that all flags sustain damage from being exposed to the elements. Of course, some flags take more damage than others. For instance, flags that fly in areas with more windy conditions are not likely to last as long as their [...]

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In 1959, the year that Alaska and Hawaii were admitted to the Union as the 49th and 50th states, it was time for an update to the design of the American flag… twice. Read the details here.

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Seventy-four years ago, 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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