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How to Display a US Flag at Night

Posted by Alan J. Duro on Sep 22, 2016 7:30:00 AM

Showing your pride of the stars and stripes is an ideal way to ensure your patriotism shines bright at work or home. However, no matter how visible your US flag may be in the daylight hours, it can be trying to keep your flag visible once the sun goes down. It is a matter of etiquette to either take your flag down at night or keep it illuminated. There are a few helpful tips to keep in mind when you display a US Flag at night.

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Topics: U.S. flag, Flag Display, Displaying a Flag

USA Flag Anatomy and Vexillology Terms

Posted by Derrek Coss on Jan 22, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Do you know the definition of “vexillology?”   If you over heard a discussion between two vexillologists (and we’re sure there are at least two of them) it would likely sound like a conversation in some strange alien language.  Well, hold on to your potatoes folks because we’re about to give you a lesson in vexillology, the scientific study of flags.

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Topics: American flag, flag facts, flag terms, flag repair, U.S. flag, flag history, USA flag, flag parts, flag anatomy, gonfalon, vexillology

Government Puts New Ban On Foreign-Made U.S. Flags

Posted by Alan J. Duro on Mar 6, 2015 10:58:19 AM

The Department of Defense released some good news for domestic flag makers this week. They have decided to prohibit U.S. flags made overseas at U.S.military bases around the world in response to new congressional requirements.  This means that the Department of Defense will be purchasing ONLY American made flags for their military bases and calling the new rule "A symbol of National Pride."

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Topics: U.S. flag, U.S. Flags, flag manufacturer

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