Made in the USA!
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.
Our flags are made of heavy-duty, 200-denier SolarMax . They are screen dyed in bright, vibrant colors and finished with and to ensure a high standard of appearance is met with every flag. Choose from several flag sizes for this option. Click on description for product details. Other sizes available, call or email
for a prompt quote. We offer special pricing on orders over 12 flags so please contact us with your larger orders for assistance.
FREE SHIPPING on orders of $75 or more. * * Some restrictions apply.
*Free Shipping Offer does not apply to galvanized ground sleeves, commercial and residential Flagpoles, orders that must be shipped by freight, orders shipping to APOs, PO Boxes, or outside the contiguous United States. Excludes Alaska and Hawaii.
Other sizes available, call or email for a prompt quote.
2 Ply Polyester
When looking for a U.S. Navy flag, we offer only the highest quality to match the standards of this long-standing institution. Our flags are made of tough , the strongest, longest lasting flag material developed for maximum durability. Our 2-ply polyester flags outlast nylon Navy flags and are an excellent choice for high wind areas.
Navy Ball Caps
In addition to flags, we also offer ball caps with the Navy emblem proudly adorning it for another way to show your Naval pride. These U.S. Navy ball caps with embroidered logo are made to last. The adjustable hook and loop closure allows for a more comfortable fit.
The United States Navy Flag went by a different name and different emblem for more than sixty years before being adopted as the official flag of the U.S. Navy. This initial flag was named the Infantry Battalion flag and was introduced for use by naval landing forces. Sixty years after its inception, the Infantry Battalion flag was going to be replaced by the official flag of the U.S. Navy.
Two years earlier, the Navy Seal was introduced and was to be used on the official Navy flag as well. On April 24, 1959, by Presidential order, a flag truly representative of the Navy's operating forces at sea was born and remains the official flag of the United States Navy today.
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