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This high quality flag product is Made in America. We pride ourselves in delivering flags from American manufacturers who meet or exceed our demand for high-quality construction.
When looking to honor this branch or your service, we have the USMC flag to meet your high standards. Our military flags are made of heavy duty nylon. They are screen dyed in bright, vibrant colors and finished with strong white headers and brass grommets. For an option that will last for years of reliable flying without tearing, fading, or other signs of damage occurring, our selection of Marine Corps flags has you covered.
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2 Ply Polyester
These U.S. Marine flags are made of tough , the strongest, longest lasting flag material developed for maximum durability. 2-ply polyester U.S. Marine flags outlast nylon materials and are an excellent choice for high wind areas. Choose from two sizes to help you find the option that is best suited to your flagpole height. Add the bold colors and heroic symbolism of this emblem to your location today with our marine flags.
Marine Corp Ball Caps
These US Marine Corp Ball Cap with embroidered logo are made to last. The adjustable hook and loop closure allows for a more comforable fit.
Not much information has been recorded for early versions of the US Marine Corps flag in the late 18th century. However, in the early 19th century, around the 1830's and 1840's, the flag consisted of a white field with gold fringe and an emblem of an anchor and an eagle in the center. In the late 1800's, the flag changed again, with the Marine Corps carrying the Stars and Stripes flag with "U.S. Marine Corps" embroidered in yellow on the middle red stripe.
In the early 1900's, the flag changed yet again, but this time with a more distinctive standard. The flag was a blue field with a laurel wreath encircling the United States Marine Corps emblem. A scarlet ribbon above the emblem read "U.S. Marine Corps" while another scarlet ribbon below the emblem read "Semper Fidelis" which means always faithful.
In 1925, Marine Corps Order No. 4 designated gold and scarlet the official colors of the U.S. Marine Corps. These colors were not realized on the flag until 1939, however, when a new design incorporating the colors was designed. This design has remained the Marine Corps standard ever since and is the flag of the United States Marine Corps that you see today
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