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A Flag as Rugged as The U.S. Army

The 3′ x 5′ 100% Nylon U.S. Army flag is a high-quality and durable representation of the United States Army. Made from 100% nylon material, this flag features vibrant colors and strong stitching for long-lasting use. Measuring at 3 feet by 5 feet, it is perfectly sized to display indoors or outdoors, whether it be at home, in an office, or at a Army-related event. Show your support and pride for the U.S. Army with this reliable and visually striking flag.

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  • Premium quality 3' x 5' U.S. Army Flag
  • Made from durable 100% nylon material
  • Features vibrant printing of the U.S. Army emblem
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor display, perfect for home or public settings

The U.S. Army Flag - History from the Beginning

The flag of the United States Army has a rich and storied history, dating back to the founding of the United States. Here is a brief overview of its development:

1. Revolutionary War Era (1775-1783):
During the American Revolution, the Continental Army, the precursor to the United States Army, adopted various flags to represent their cause. One of the earliest examples was a flag featuring a snake and the slogan "Don't Tread on Me" that represented the colonies' desire for independence.

2. Early National Flag (1784-1818):
After the Revolutionary War, the United States Army adopted a flag that featured 13 alternating red and white stripes to represent the original colonies. In the upper left corner, known as the canton, were 13 white stars on a blue background, representing the Union.

3. War of 1812 and Beyond (1818-1956):
Following the War of 1812, the United States Army modified its flag design. In 1818, a law was passed stating that, on the Fourth of July following any new state's admission to the Union, a new star would be added to the flag on the following Independence Day. Consequently, the number of stars increased over time to represent the growing number of states in the Union.

4. Modern Design (1956-Present):
In 1956, a new design for the flag was implemented. Known as the "Army Flag of the United States," it features a blue field with a white replica of the Great Seal of the United States. The seal depicts an eagle with its wings outstretched, holding a bundle of arrows in one talon and an olive branch in the other. Above the eagle's head is a cloud formation with 13 stars, representing the original thirteen colonies. Additionally, the words "United States Army" and "1775" are inscribed in white above and below the seal, respectively.

Today, the Army flag is proudly displayed at military installations, parades, and other official events to represent the United States Army and its values of courage, honor, and commitment.

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