Crests

  1. Patriotic Decorations to Honor Naval Reserves Day

    united states army reserve seal The approach of Naval Reserves Day is a call to action for patriots to show their support of this honored corps. The U.S. Naval Reserve, as it is known today, was established on August 29, 1916, as World War I waged its way across the Eastern hemisphere. The brave men and women of the Reserves stand on guard at home, ready to respond when called up during times of national crisis — a duty that now stands at over a century old. Their slogan: Ready then. Ready now. Ready always.
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  2. MLB Flags: Get Ready for Spring Training

    aerial view MLB field Baseball spring training starts in just a few weeks. Why not celebrate the beginning of another year of what has been dubbed America’s favorite pastime by displaying your Major League Baseball (MLB) flag?
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  3. Flags, Heraldry and the Origins of the Banners We Fly

    national-colours-1002786_1920 Today, many families carefully research and proudly display the crests and mottoes of their ancestors, and pore through family trees to trace the genealogy of their families. A sense of belonging is a basic need, and knowing our origins is a way to connect with those who came before us. While still feeling American first, knowing the nationality of our ancestors helps with that sense of belonging, and many Americans proudly recognize and celebrate the cultures from which they came. Celebrating St. Patrick's day decked out in green or having a margarita on Cinco de Mayo, we can be proud of where we came from. Flying a flag in honor of our family’s origins is a special way to demonstrate that sense of belonging, and AmericanFlags.com makes this easy with its offerings
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