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POW MIA Flags

They will not be forgotten. Fly high the POW MIA Flag to represent our missing soldiers through this powerful symbol of our national commitment to our POW/MIA's. We offer POW/MIA flags for sale in single and double face.

 

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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.

POW/MIA - Single / Double Facing

Single Faced Flags
Front of Flag   Back of Flag
Front of Single Faced POW/MIA Flag   Back of Single Faced POW/MIA Flag
Reads correct on front side   Reverse image on back

Double Faced Flags
Front of Flag   Back of Flag
Front of Double Faced POW/MIA Flag   Back of Double Faced POW/MIA Flag
Reads correct on front and back of flag
This military focused flag supports the patriotic ideals of the men and women who went missing while serving their country. Our POW/MIA flags are made with nylon or 2 ply polyester in single or double sided varieties. These flags are finished with strong white headers and brass grommets. Help to remember these soldiers by flying your POW/MIA flag. For more information about the history of the POW/MIA flag click here. Special pricing on orders over 12 flags. Contact Us
 

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.

POW Flags / MIA Flags | Nylon Single Faced


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Flag Size Description Pole Height Price Purchase Video Reviews
2' X 3' POW/MIA Flag Single Faced Nylon 15' - 20' $19.25
3' X 5' POW/MIA Flag Single Faced Nylon 15' - 20' $23.75
4' X 6' POW/MIA Flag Single Faced Nylon 20' - 25' $28.75
5' X 8' POW/MIA Flag Single Faced Nylon 30' - 35' $46.50
6' X 10' POW/MIA Flag Single Faced Nylon 35' - 40' $86.50

POW Flags / MIA Flags | Polyester Single Faced


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Flag Size Description Pole Height Price  
3' X 5' POW/MIA Flag Single Faced Polyester 15' - 20' $36.50
4' X 6' POW/MIA Flag Single Faced Polyester 20' - 25' $44.90
5' X 8' POW/MIA Flag Single Faced Polyester 30' - 35' $76.75

POW Flags / MIA Flags | Nylon Double Faced


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Flag Size Description Pole Height Price Purchase Video Reviews
2' X 3' POW/MIA Flag Double Faced Nylon 15' - 20' $22.75
3' X 5' POW/MIA Flag Double Faced Nylon 15' - 20' $28.50
4' X 6' POW/MIA Flag Double Faced Nylon 20' - 25' $35.75
5' X 8' POW/MIA Flag Double Faced Nylon 25' - 30' $77.50
6' X 10' POW/MIA Flag Double Faced Nylon 35' - 40' $102.50

POW Flags / MIA Flags | Polyester Double Faced


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Flag Size Description Pole Height Price Purchase Video Reviews
3' X 5' POW/MIA Flag Double Faced Polyester 15' - 20' $50.50
4' X 6' POW/MIA Flag Double Faced Polyester 20' - 25' $60.50
5' X 8' POW/MIA Flag Double Faced Polyester 30' - 35' $113.00
Pole Hem / Header and Grommet Flags

What is the difference between a Pole Hem Flag and a Header and Grommet Flag?

What is the difference between a Pole Hem Flag and a Header and Grommet Flag?

 

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.

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History of the POW/MIA Flag:

Since World War I more than 200,000 Americans have been listed as being Prisoners of War or Missing in Action. Specifically during the Vietnam War, more than 2,500 Americans were captured and listed as Missing in Action, MIA. An organization called the National League of Families was formed short after the end of the Vietnam War. Composed of spouses, children, parents, and other family members of the MIA soldiers it's goal was to remind the nation of their loved ones plight. In 1971 Mrs. Michael Hoff, the wife of a MIA soldier and member of the National League of Families, felt that there should be a symbol to remind the nation of these soldiers and the cause to bring them home. Around this time the People's Republic of China had been admitted to the United Nations and a flag manufacturer called Annin Company had produced a flag for them. Mrs. Hoff read about this in the Florida-Times Union and felt a flag would be perfect. She contacted the companies Vice President, Norman Rivkee. Mr. Rivkee was very receptive to this idea and quickly turned to one of their advertising agencies to create a design. At this agency worked Newt Heisley, a military pilot in World War II. Mr. Heisley took on the project being he was a veteran himself and his oldest son Jeffery, had trained for combat in the Vietnam War. Jeffery had become very ill while training for combat and when he returned home a once strong man was now guant and lifeless. This image brought to mind what life must have been like for those soldiers captured and encased on foriegn soil. He began to sketch his son's gaunt profile using a black background and a white silhouette. As he sketched he added a barb wire and a tower in the distance still in the black and white color scheme. Under this image the words "You Are Not Forgotten" were boldly added. This design was one of many, but was instantly chosen. The flags went into production so quickly that the sketch was never refined and his initial drawing is the POW/MIA flag we see today.

The POW/MIA design was never copyrighted and has been legally ruled as "public domain." This flag is the only flag, other than the American Flag, that has ever flown over the White House. The POW/MIA flag has flown there on every POW/MIA Recognition Day, the third Friday of every September, since 1982. It also flies over the nation's Capital on Veteran's Day, Memorial Day, Armed Forces Day, Flag Day, and Independence Day. The flag is flown daily in the United States Capital Rotunda and all VA Medical facilities are to display the flag on any day that National colors are displayed. The original creation of the POW/MIA flag was for those soldiers missing from the Vietnam War, but over time has come to represent missing men and women from any war.



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