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  1. MLB Flags to Celebrate the Return of Baseball Season

    baseball closeup pitcher mound If you’re a true baseball fan, you know there are only two seasons: winter and baseball. Now that winter is finally over, it’s time to start waving your baseball flag!
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  2. 20 Ways to Show Your American Pride Wherever You Go

    20 Ways to Show Your American Pride Wherever You GoAmerican pride is more than a feeling. It binds us together as citizens of the greatest country in the world and provides common ground for even the most divided groups. Pride in our country isn’t something that should be shelved until July. It can be a part of our everyday lives and a lot of fun to explore on a daily basis.
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  3. Spice Up Your Next Big Occasion with a Custom Banner

    party with custom american flag banner If you’re the type of person who enjoys get-togethers, neighborhood barbeques, and sporting events, there might be one thing missing from your party supplies. Whether it’s a birthday party or a block party, a custom banner can enhance any gathering.
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  4. Holiday Flags for Small-Town Celebrations

    If you’re looking for a great way to add a little bit of festive flair to your small-town holiday celebration, there’s no better choice than holiday flags and banners. These flags come in a wide variety of holiday-themed decorations featuring snowmen, Santa, candy canes, winter animals, reindeers, snowflakes, and more. They’re also available with special seasonal messages like “Season’s Greetings” and “Merry Christmas.” In other words, they’re the perfect way to add some warm cheer to your town this year!

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  5. Desk Flag Sets for Executives and Military Personnel

    Searching for the perfect gift for that hard-to-buy-for recipient on your list? There’s no better choice than desk flag sets. These compact and patriotic desk adornments are a great way to honor the red, white, and blue while showing appreciation to any mentor or service member.

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  6. What Makes Annin Flags So Durable?

    The American Flag has rallied our nation in times of crisis throughout history. These banners represent the struggle and victory hard won by people wanting to make a new kind of nation.

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  7. The Ultimate American Flag Care and Storage Guide

    The American flag is a symbol of our nation’s history and meaning. It connects diverse people with one common allegiance and bond. Many have fought and died for the freedoms it symbolizes.

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  8. Why You Should Buy Your American Flag from Us

    Our company, Americanflags.com, was founded immediately after 9/11, and we’ve been selling American-made flags to proud patriots ever since. We pride ourselves on selling flags for any type of use, using only the finest quality materials and accessories.  

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  9. Navy Day is October 27th

    Navy Day is celebrated in the United States on October 27th and provides us with an opportunity to express our gratitude and thanks to those who have served, those who are currently serving in the US Navy and the families of servicemen and women. Here's a brief history of the US Navy A Matter Of Trade Protection And Defense anchors aweigh centennial coin backOn October 13, 1775, the Continental Congress passed a resolution creating the Continental Navy. It was disbanded at the Revolutionary War's end, and replaced with the Naval Act of 1794 under John Adams. This created our first standing navy, originally made up of just six frigates. No longer under British protection, the colonies had to defend their merchant ships from the Barbary nations and the French. After the War of 1812, the U.S. Navy spent decades fighting pirates and slave trade. In 1861, the US Navy fought the Confederate Navy in the Civil War, successfully blockading them from supply. Congress voted in 1882 to enhance US defense, and over the next decade the fleet would go from a collection of mostly wooden sailing ships to compete with the world's strongest navies. The US Navy won key battles during the Spanish-American War, and drew comparisons to the formidable British. During the '20s and '30s, shipbuilding was an integral part of the US defense effort, and by 1946 the Navy employed over 1,600 warships. Following the Cold War, the Soviet navy was in ruins due to lack of funding, and the US focused on stronger arsenals and less building. Many of the ships used in World War 2 were obsolete, and advances in ballistic missiles and submarine technology had altered the mindsets of defense planners. The US Navy, as seen in the following examples, has been vital to the continued existence of the United States.
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  10. AmericanFlags.com debuts Thin Blue Line Flags

    AmericanFlags.com debuts Thin Blue Line Flags
    blue_3x5__91714.1410809918.1280.1280AmericanFlags.com announced today that is is debuting a Thin Blue Line Flag designed to honor and remember law enforcement personnel killed in the line of duty. The new flag is made in Memphis, Tennessee and crafted in heavy duty nylon. Each flag measures 3' X 5' and a second garden banner-sized version is available as well. The 3' X 5' Thin Blue Line Flag is a perfect way to show your solidarity with America's men and women working to keep our communities safer. The flag, regularly priced at $39.99 is on sale for $28. Buy a Thin Blue Line Flag now!
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