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Giving Thanks Thanksgiving is a time for warm meals, cool days, and family gatherings . It’s a time to take a deep breath and take a long, grateful look at the blessings and beautiful things in your life. Here at LIBERTY FLAGS, we are thankful that you have chosen us to supply your business, institution, or [...]

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The countdown to Veterans Day, November 11 — 6 of 6 In week six of our countdown to Veterans Day, we wrap up the Veterans Day conversation with a tip of the hat to the local ceremonies that honor veterans individually. It is our sincere hope that our series has enhanced your Veterans Day, and that [...]

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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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The countdown to Veterans Day, November 11 — 5 of 6 In post five of our countdown to Veterans Day, we are discussing global participation in Veterans Day celebrations and how America has been leading the way since 1919. Between now and Veterans Day, we will continue to share the history and importance of honoring our [...]

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The countdown to Veterans Day, November 11 — 4 of 6. In post four of our countdown to Veterans Day, we discuss what makes Veterans Day unique and minimize the confusion between it and Memorial Day.

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The countdown to Veterans Day — 3 of 6 Veterans Day, celebrated each year on November 11, is one of those holidays that receives very little preemptive consideration in comparison to other nationally observed holidays. If you missed the previous posts in this series, read Remembering the day of remembrance, and Honor for one becomes honor for [...]

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The countdown to veterans day — 2 of 6 World War I used to be referred to as the War to End All Wars. When Ferdinand Foch accepted the German cessation of hostilities in his private railcar, late in 1918, it was widely believed that a lasting peace had been achieved — it was this belief that spurred the creation of Armistice Day.

LIBERTY FLAGS dedicates this time each year to sharing the history and importance of honoring our veterans.

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The countdown to Veterans Day — 1 of 6 Veterans Day, celebrated each year on November 11, is one of those holidays that receives very little preemptive consideration in comparison to other nationally observed holidays. LIBERTY FLAGS is dedicating the time between now and Veterans Day to sharing the history and importance of honoring our veterans. Let's [...]

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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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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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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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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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