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Officially, Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States by the Second Continental Congress. To help you celebrate, we have compiled nine fun facts here...

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LIBERTY FLAGS, The American Wave® is pleased to commemorate the Anniversary of D-Day. Includes the audio recording of General Eisenhower's last speech to the troops headed to Normandy, a brief reminder of the details of the day, photographic memories, and 80 minutes of Walter Cronkite's interview with Eisenhower.

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Honoring the Victims of the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic On May 22, 2020, the President of the United States issued a proclamation ordering the flag of the United States to be displayed at half-staff until sunset on Sunday, May 24, 2020. Presidential Proclamation — Our Nation mourns for every life lost to the coronavirus pandemic, and we share in the suffering of all those who endured pain and illness from the outbreak. Through our grief, America stands steadfast and united against the invisible enemy. May God be with the victims of this pandemic and bring aid and comfort to their families...

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May 22 each year is National Maritime Day in the United States. The day honors our all of our nation's mariners; from those who manage our industrial supply lines to those who face down a wide range of dangers all over the world, including in times of war.

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Memorial Day is a unique observance In accordance with United States Code, 2006, Supplement 1, Title 4 — which was enacted in 1947 — Chapter 1, "The flag, when flown at half-staff, should be first hoisted to the peak for an instant and then lowered to the half-staff position. On Memorial Day the flag should be displayed [...]

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No matter how you and your loved ones choose to celebrate or commemorate Memorial Day, American Stick Flags are the perfect, versatile addition to your holiday.

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Memorial Day is a special time that we set aside each year to act as a nation in solidarity and to honor America's fallen soldiers. Here are a few of the most important things to remember throughout your observances.

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On October 1, 1961, Congress authorized then President John F. Kennedy to designate May 15 as an annual holiday to honor peace officers across the United States. Here's the Presidential Proclamation, plus some information about the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington D.C.

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In 2020, Armed Forces Day is designated as Saturday, May 16. In the United States, Armed Forces Day is intended to be an honorary celebration for those currently serving in the United States Military and typically falls on the Saturday after Mothers' Day.

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It's been more than a hundred years, so there are very few Americans who can remember a time when Mothers' Day wasn't a part of their family tradition... Here's Woodrow Wilson's hard-to-find Presidential Proclamation that ingrained Mothers' Day into our national history.

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On April 30, 1945, authorization was delivered for the surrender of Germany to the Allied forces. The surrender was signed in Reims, France on May 7, and in Berlin, Germany on May 8, 1945.

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Buying a ceremonial flag presents an array of options to weigh and circumstances to account for. Avoid these common errors to save time and money. From your friends at LIBERTY FLAGS, The American Wave®.

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On April 19, 1995, The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was the target of the Oklahoma City Bombing. At least 168 children, women, and men were killed. Here, we honor the memory of those affected by this horrific event. From LIBERTY FLAGS, The American Wave®.

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Liberty Flags suggests that each spring you check the finial ball at the top of your flagpole to make sure it is not damaged. Take routine maintenance steps to prolong the life of your flags and flagpoles... and you will save money.

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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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