Our military flags are made from DuPont SolarMax nylon.These flags are screen dyed in bright ,vibrant colors and finished heavy duty white headers and brass grommets. Made in the U.S.A.
Our most often used military service flags include Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corp branches. The military flag offering also includes Merchant Marine and Coast Guard with the US Marine flag being the most often ordered and by far the most popular. These groups of military flags are available in several sizes ranging from 2’X3′ to 20’X30′ and even larger sizes as a custom product. The heavy duty nylon and 2 ply polyester military flags are the best for outdoor use and provide users with the assurance of long-lasting durability and beauty. The outdoor flag products are manufactured to exacting specifications, under strict quality control. We design and construct fabrics that are durable in the face of the sun, cold, and rain. Our outdoor flag material is high in tensile strength to withstand wind and harsh weather conditions.
The nylon military flags are the most popular material. The 2 ply polyester will hold up longer in high wind areas but typically cost 30% more to purchase.
To complement your outdoor flag display you might consider one of our indoor parade sets. The Army flags , Navy flags , Air Force flags , Marine Corps flags , Merchant Marine flags and Coast Guard flags can all be provided in 3’x5′ and 4’X6′ sizes. Parade sets include appropriate military parade dress ornament as well as the floor stand, cord and tassel, oak or aluminum pole and gold fringe if requested. The appropriate ornament for the Army flag set is the gold Army spear, Air Force is the silver Army spear, Marine Corps uses the gold Army spear and the Coast Guard and Navy use the gold battle axe.
Also available are our high quality US Flags.
If you have a worn or damaged US Flag you can properly dispose the flag at any of our three drop box locations in the area. You can find these drop boxes at the Hamel VFW Post 5903, the Loretto Fire Department or the Long Lake Fire Department. Just look for one of these drop boxes that were built by local Eagle Scout Tyler Hanson.