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What Do the Stars, Stripes, and Colors of the American Flag Mean?
The Flag of the United States is blowing in the breeze
Sometimes it is called, “ Old Glory,”
Or the “Stars and Stripes”
The colors are Red, White, and Blue
And each color means something
Red means courage – Are we brave?
White means purity - Are we pure and good?
Blue means justice – Do we play fair?
Why stars and stripes?
Stars are considered a symbol of the heavens and the
Divined goal to which man has aspired from the beginning of time.
The Stripes are symbolic of the rays of light emanating from the sun.
The Stars represent the 50 states.
Our most often used military flags include Army, Navy, Air Force flag, and Marine Corp branches. Our military service flags also includes Merchant Marine and Coast Guard with the Marine flags being the most often ordered and by far the most popular. This group of military service flags is available in several sizes ranging from 2'X3' to 20'X30'. The heavy duty nylon and 2 ply polyester US military flags are the best for outdoor use and provide users with the assurance of long-lasting durability and beauty. These outdoor US military flags are manufactured to exacting specifications, under strict quality control. We design and construct fabrics for our military flags that are durable in the face of the sun, and rain. Our outdoor military flags, especially the air force flag and marine flags are high in tensile strength to withstand wind and harsh weather conditions.
Nylon is the most popular material. The 2 ply polyester military flags will hold up longer in high wind areas but typically cost 30% more to purchase.
Made in the U.S.A.
"Patriotism is easy to understand in America - it means looking out for yourself by looking out for your country." ~ Calvin Coolidge
Note: All prices in US Dollars
"The things that the flag stands for were created by the experiences of a great people. Everything that it stands for was written by their lives. The flag is the embodiment, not of sentiment, but of history." ~ Woodrow Wilson