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U.S. Flag Factory makes high quality U.S. flags in two fabrics that offer long lasting beauty and durability. U.S. Flag Factory flags remain strong in the elements of sun, rain, cold, and windy conditions.

U.S. Flag Factory SolarMax Nylon flags are the finest made in the USA. Nylon is rugged yet beautiful when flying. Sizes 2'x3' - 12'x18' are available, some with heading and grommets; some sizes with pole sleeve only, or pole sleeve and fringe for indoor use. Scroll down for each size with details.

* 100% SolarMax Nylon
* Sewn Stripes
* 4 Row Fly Hem For Added Life
2'x3' - 12'x18' Embroidered Stars

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US Flag 10'x15' 12"x18" American Thin Blue Line Flag for Police Officers '12' x 18' US Flag - SolarMax Nylon
2' x 3' American Flag (Pole Sleeve) - SolarMax Outdoor Nylon US flag 2'x3' 2.5' x 4' American Thin Blue Line Flag (Embroidered Stars, Sewn Stripes) for Police Officers
2.5' x 4' American Thin Red Line Flag (Embroidered Stars, Sewn Stripes) for Fire Fighters 2.5x4 FT U.S. American Flag (Sleeve) - Made in America 2 1/2' x 4' US Titan Nylon flag
3' x 5'  U.S. Flag Pole Sleeve and Fringe - Nylon 3' x 5' U.S. Flag  (Printed Stars) 3' x 5' US Flag - Pole Sleeve and Leather Tab
US flag 3'x5' 3'x5' American Dual Line Flag (Embroidered Stars, Sewn Stripes) for Police Officers and Firefighters 3'x5' American Thin Blue Line Flag (Embroidered Stars, Sewn Stripes) - for Police Officers
3'x5' American Thin Red Line Flag (Embroidered Stars, Sewn Stripes) - for Fire Fighters 4' x 6' U.S. Flag - Pole Sleeve and Fringe - Nylon US flag 4'x6'
US flag 5'x8' US flag 6'x10' US Flag 8'x12'

American Flag

There is no more significant symbol of identity, unity and pride than the American flag. However, it’s difficult to know how this symbol got its start. While tales of Betsy Ross painstakingly stitching the first flag during the Revolutionary War made it into folklore, many historians disagree with the account. Truthfully, though the first where seen around 1776, there is little known about when or where the first flag was made or displayed. However, the Continental Congress established the first official flag of the new nation with the Flag Act in 1777.

Much more is known about the most famous of American Flags. Known as the Star-Spangled Banner, the flag measuring 30 by 42 feet that flew over Fort McHenry, outside Baltimore, during the War of 1812 was hand sewn by Mary Pickersgill. Seeing the flag waving after a night of bombardment inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the words for The Star Spangled Banner as a poem. Eventually, the verses were turned into the song that became the National Anthem.

The American flag has undergone many changes throughout history, growing and changing alongside the nation it represents. The original Flag Act of 1777 described an arrangement of 13 red and white stripes to represent the 13 colonies, as well as 13 stars for the same reason. In 1794, the numbers were changed to 15 with the additional of new states. By 1818, as the country continued to grow, it became apparent that it would not be possible to continue to add stripes. The number of stripes reverted to 13 in honor of the original colonies and the practice of adding a star for each new state was established. Several additional versions where created, until 1959 when the 50-star flag we know today marked the addition of Hawaii to the nation.

Through the changes, the red, white and blue palette has remained. Though the founding fathers and the original Flag Act didn’t detail why the hues were chosen, they mimic the Great Seal in which white indicates purity and innocence, red represents hardiness and valor and blue, justice and perseverance.

Displaying the stars and stripes is a time-honored tradition. Flag poles, flying made in USA banners, are a beautiful way to publicly showcase national pride. Indoor flag sets, showcasing American, military and state flags add a poignant and regal look to offices, schools and public buildings. Memorial flag cases, holding a folded flag, are a somber, respectful way to honor the sacrifice of a military member.