Monthly Archives: January 2018

  1. As NFL Rejects AMVETS #PleaseStand Super Bowl Ad, AmericanFlags.com Donates Flags to Veterans

    The NFL has reportedly rejected the ad below submitted by a national veterans organization for inclusion in the Super Bowl's printed program. The full-page ad - which runs about $30,000 features a photo of the American flag, along with the words "Please Stand." "While we are well aware of the controversy surrounding players kneeling during the National Anthem and the public relations problems this has caused the NFL, our ad is neither a demand nor a judgment upon those who choose to kneel during the National Anthem," an AMVETS National Commander wrote to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, asking him to reverse the decision last week. "It's a simple, polite request that represents the sentiment of our membership, particularly those whose missing or paralyzed limbs preclude standing. We sought to give a new context to the discussion from the

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  2. The State Flag of New Mexico: Welcome to the Land of Enchantment

    welcome to new mexico state sign The state of New Mexico is filled with the most breathtaking scenery, vibrant indigenous cultures, and a globally recognized art scene. It is no wonder its nickname is the Land of Enchantment, with so much to see. Unlike many other states with simple flags featuring only the state seal, New Mexico has a bright, bold flag that embraces its unique heritage and culture. The unique flag is considered one of the best-designed state flags and flies proudly over the state of New Mexico.
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  3. 34 Ways You Can Show Your Love for Active Military Members on Valentine's Day

    ways show love military valentines dayWhen your loved one is on active duty, he or she is on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Active duty sometimes means long separations and celebrating holidays alone, which can make this special holiday for sweethearts especially difficult.
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  4. The Fascinating History of the Marines Flag

    iwo jima statue washington dc Since the Revolutionary War ended in 1783, the United States Marine Corp excelled at two things: winning wars and making Marines. Around the world, people associate Marines with honor and pride for our country and its military.
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  5. Eight Patriotic Decorations for the Classroom

    As a teacher, you can instill in your students a real sense of place and pride in the country they live in. When students see they have a patriotic teacher, it opens the door to discussions about American history, veterans of all kinds, and, most importantly, respect for their freedom.

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  6. Beautifying Your Town with Novelty Flags This Winter

    Novelty flags are a fantastic way to bring a sense of vibrancy, energy, and fun to your town. Many resort and beach communities use novelty flags to spruce up their community and give visitors and residents something to enjoy.

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