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Beginning in 2020 and continuing now in 2022, American flag producers work to overcome challenges unlike any they have known before: a restricted work force facing pressurized demand and an ever-changing landscape of logistical challenges. As ever, American resiliency shines through...

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Just in time for St. Patrick's Day St. Patrick's Day has been celebrated for centuries — long before there was a United States of America — but American traditions have kept St. Patrick's Day celebrations in perpetual bloom. From New York City hosting the world's first ever St. Patrick's Day Parade (March 17, 1762) to Chicago's [...]

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Read about 7 common misconceptions about the American flag... From Paul Revere's ride, to Betsy Ross, old flag designs, and misconceptions about the Flag Code.

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March ushers in the celebration of Red Cross Month. This annual observation started with President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1943 and has been declared by each president since. Behind one of the most recognized and respected health and humanitarian organizations in the world is the leader who started the movement in the United States, Clara Barton.

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Presidents Day is a bit of an unsolved mystery in the United States — Here are 5 facts to shed some light on the historical context of the holiday and offer a few fun bits of little-known information about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln (since we celebrate their birthdays within a week of each other).

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In 1922, Clyde Tombaugh was a midwestern American kid looking for a way to get himself to college. When a hailstorm scuttled his family's farm, a wave of ingenuity set him on the path to astronomical immortality...

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Related Links... 1969 Apollo 11 Moon Landing, The First Man on the Moon Apollo 12 — November 1969Locating Planet-X (Pluto)Apollo 14 50th Anniversary Tree Ornament From Moonwalk to Spacewalk As of this writing, the United States is the only country to have crew members walk on the Moon — in fact, the U.S. did so six times between 1969 and 1972. It would have been enough if all we did was walk on the Moon. But, on February 7, 1984, Navy Captain Bruce McCandless II added another feather to our proverbial American cap by performing the first untethered space walk....

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The NFL Playoffs are upon us and Super Bowl Sunday is drawing near! On February 13, 2022, two teams will play to determine the best team in the NFL for the 56th time in history. And for the 55th time in history, someone will precede the game with a performance of the Star Spangled Banner...

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Super Bowl 55, or “LV” is just around the corner, and if you are like most Americans, you’ve already chosen which team you want to see win. But that’s not all you’ll be doing. Americans have a long history of engagement with the Super Bowl...

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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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Flying a second flag on your flagpole? Here are some common flagpole heights and appropriate flag sizes for secondary flags. Additional reasoning below...

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Nearly half of the United States has recently endured an wintry blitz. These conditions can wreak tremendous havoc on flagpoles and flagpole parts.

With more inclement weather expected, now is the time to shore up your flagpole parts.

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It is always a good idea to check on routine flagpole maintenance items. Routine maintenance can be inadvertently sidetracked without the helpful resource of a flagpole parts-list. Here are itemized, linked parts-lists for our most popular flagpoles.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is Monday, January 17, 2022. We commemorate this day to honor Dr. King, who was the most visible and prominent spokesperson for nonviolent activism during the Civil Rights Movement, from 1954 until his death in 1968. Join us in flying your American flag. From your friends at LIBERTY FLAGS, The American Wave®.

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On December 20 each year, we celebrate the 2019 founding of the United States Space Force... Though U. S. military forays into space began immediately following WWII (circa 1945) with the development of ballistic missile and early warning programs, the United States Space Force was not a recognized branch of the Uni...

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