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Flag Information

Flag Disposal

National Flag Foundation Recommended Ceremonies For Flag Retirement and Burning

The United States Flag Code states: "The Flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem of display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferable by burning." Throughout America, volunteer organizations commonly carry out this duty as an act of community service, destroying old, worn, tattered, frayed, and/or faded Flags. N.F.F. recommends the follo...
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Flag Etiquette

When to fly the American flag

The following days are suggested American Flag flying days. However, flags can be flown any day. It is the universal custom to display the flag only from sunrise to sunset on buildings and on stationary flagstaffs in the open. However, when a patriotic effect is desired, the flag may be displayed twenty-four hours a day if properly illuminated during the hours of darkness...
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US Flag History

History of the United States flag

Welcome to the area of our web site where we will give you a brief history of the United States flag, as well as many other flags used throughout the history of this great country.The current official U.S. flag is a 50 star flag, born of the need for a more practical design to accommodate new states entering the union. On April 4, 1818, Congress established the number of stri...
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Flag Materials

A look at the colors and fabrics we use

We carefully control the quality of the fabrics used in the production of our flags. From fiber selection to weaving to final finishing, each step is carefully executed. Flags must be colorfast to sun and rain, lightweight, and have high tensile strength. To achieve these results, one must design and construct the fabric to exacting specifications. Because we do all of this, we off...
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Product Instructions

Need help with an item you purchased?

Here you can find help with installing or setting up some of our products. Spinning Flagpoles. To assemble top and bottom of pole together (2-piece poles only): Locate notch in open end of lower section (some models have threaded end), Slide 3-inch metal rod that protrudes from the top section into the bottom section, lining up screw with notch in bottom section (or sc...
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