Military Branch Armed Forces Flags: US Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Navy and Marine Corps
The United States Flag Store proudly carries flags for each branch of the military, including the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard. These flags are a great gift to honor someone you know or in your family who may have been in the service. We also stock flags to honor additional service professions, such as police and firemen and to show overall support to troops and prisoners of war. We offer all sizes from stick flags to large outdoor flags.
These flags look great both outdoors and indoors and most are made in the U.S. Suitable for companies and organizations who fly flags on a daily basis.
Military Support Flags
We offer a great collection of Military Support Flags, whether you are looking for a specific branch of the military or sending out general support to the brave men and service women who are still unaccounted for. We have flags available such as this beautiful Indoor Air Force Flag 3x5 Nylon w/Fringe or you are looking for a US Coast Guard Flag 3x5ft Nylon. Both of these specific flags are made in the U.S.A. Check out our POW/ MIA and Veterans flags here.
Military Flag Display Case
The United States Flag Store also has a wide selection of display cases, fit for anything from a standard 3'x 5' flag to burial flags.
What is the order of military flags?
When displaying multiple military flags together and along with the flag of the United States of America, there is a certain order of precedence that should be followed. This would go as such; from left to right from visitor's perspective to entrance; The American Flag, generally largest and highest up, can also be put furthest left, the POW/ MIA flag is usually seen flying underneath or right next to the American Flag, Army Flag, Marines Corp Flag, Navy Flag, Air Force Flag and then the Coast Guard Flag. Note the Coast Guard Flag moves up right behind the Navy when serving the Navy during a time of war.
How to display military flags indoors?
As with any flag that stands as a symbol, military flags should be treated with the same respect that is shown for the flag of the United States of America. Proper etiquette dictates displaying all your flags right side up, not used as a covering or decoration and presented with dignity.
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