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Learn In What Order Should Military and National Flags Be Displayed. In the United States, our calendar is loaded with holidays meant for honoring American history and the American armed forces. These holidays motivate the proud response by many to fly the various flags of the U.S. armed forces, state flags, and of course, our American flag.But [...]

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Choosing Your Flag Fabric -

Which Flag Fabric Best Suits Your Needs?   Let's face it – you want an American Flag, and you want to use it the way you want to use it. Which fabric will give you the freedom to express your patriotism your way? The Classic Look Cotton fabric is a natural fiber which offers the most classic American Flag [...]

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Can I Fly My American Flag 24/7?Yes. However, out of respect, the American flag should be illuminated at night.The United States Flag Code states:"It is the universal custom to display the flag only from sunrise to sunset on buildings and on stationary flagstaffs in the open. However, when a patriotic effect is desired, the flag [...]

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Four reasons the 2014 Pentagon ban on foreign-made American flags is good It is shocking to consider that the American flags flying over United States military bases at home and abroad might have been manufactured anywhere but here in America. Of course, the greatest cause of the shift to overseas production was the great and sudden demand [...]

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Why do Americans Fly the Flag at Half-Staff?Half-staff procedures can be confusing, especially when a half-staff notice is delivered by proclamation, and not one of the nationally observed dates. While the United States “Flag Code” contains instructions for displaying the American flag at half-staff, it can be a struggle to know when one might expect a [...]

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