US Armed Forces Flags
A flag honoring the most powerful military in the world should be just as strong as those serving.
Expertly crafted to meet military flag specifications, resist fading and deterioration with little to no maintenance, these flags are made to fly brighter and longer than other online retailers.
Adopted in 1956, the US Army flag features the War Office Seal and the year 1775, honoring the Continental Army.
Durable single and double-sided replicas of the official US Army flag. Available in multiple sizes and materials for vibrant indoor and outdoor display. Starting at $4.80
Each branch of the United States Armed Forces is represented by a flag or ensign. All maritime or military flags of the armed forces have a flying protocol for the periods and events in which they are displayed.
U.S Flag Code
The US Flag Code, adopted by the National Flag Conference, provides the display and handling protocols for the U.S. flag based off of Army and Navy procedures.
How to Display Military Flags
Military flags are to be raised in order of precedence: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard. When flown with the American flag, the American flag is to be raised first and lowered last when flown with other flags.
The POW/MIA flag is flown below the U.S flag (on a single pole) or to the right of the U.S flag (separate pole available).
The union field (blue with stars) should always be up and to the left, from the observer’s perspective.