Economy Parade Stick Flag. Flag has a 5/16 by 30″ shaft, 3 staples, Plastic or small wooden spear top, flag material is poly-cotton no-frey (not hemmed)
Quality grave marker stick flag. 3/8 by 30″ wood shaft, stapled wood spear, four staples, poly-cotton American flag hemmed on four sides
Many veterans groups and towns purchase grave markers for their veterans in the town cemetery. Flag-Works has been providing a quality made in America stick flag for that marker, since 1996. The points to note would be why a 3/8″ by 30″ shaft. Well these sticks either are pushed into the ground or placed in a grave marker. The thicker promotes less breakage when inserted in the ground. The grave marker holes to hold the flag are designed for the 3/8″ shaft. If you use the 5/16″ shaft the wind can easily blow the flag out of the holder. Having 4 staples assures the customer that the flag will stay attached to the shaft. The hemming of the edges assures a flag that will not frey and has a great presentation. A stapled on wood painted spear provides a top that will not come of with the rough handling of the flags, as most groups purchase the flag by the gross (144 flags per box). All the above should be taken into consideration when purchasing a grave marker stick flag.
Flag-Works Over America is proud to announce the Newest Flags in our stock! We are now proudly carrying the Army Star logo flag, the New Air Force logo flag and the Naval Academy logo flag. These logo speak for themselves. At this time we can only provide these Officially licensed products in the standard 3×5′ flag in our best nylon materiel with header grommets. Pick up your flag today at our retail store or order on line from our newly designed website.
Flag-Works Over America
is proud to announce the Newest Flags in our stock! We are now
proudly carrying the Thin Blue Line (showing support and memory for
fallen law enforcement), the Thin Red Line (showing support and
memory for fallen firefighters) and the Thin Red & Blue Line
(showing support and memory for both fallen law enforcement and
Each one of these flags is made of nylon and has the red, blue or half red/half blue stripe as one of the stripes on the American Flag as depicted below. We also carry the Thin Blue Line with a black background and the blue stripe. These flags will show your support for the brave men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities.
All of the above mentioned flags can be found on our website, or in our retail store. Thank you to all whom serve and protect.
Hi Folks Patrick Page with Flag-Works here…. The Idaho state seal, designed by Miss Emma Edwards, is an integral part of Idaho’s flag. She honored the women’s suffrage movement on Idaho’s seal with its female figure of Liberty and Justice, which supports one side of the coat of arms. On the other is a miner. The shield between them represents the protection they unite in giving the state. The fir tree and sheaf of grain depict Idaho’s agricultural resources. An elk’s head, rising above the shield, stresses the protection of the elk and moose in Idaho. Below the shield, fruits and vegetables fill cornucopias to symbolize abundance. Idaho State Flag Adopted: 1907
The Battle of Iwo Jima was a major battle in which the United States #Marine Corps landed on and eventually captured the island of Iwo Jima from the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II.
Joe Rosenthal’s Pulitzer Prize winning AP photo of the Feb. 23, 1945 flag raising on Mt. Suribachi, Iwo Jima, was originally misidentified by military sources. Originally identified, from left, in this vintage graphic: Pfc. Franklin R. Sousley; Pfc. Ira Hayes; Sgt. Michael Strank; Pharmacist’s Mate 2nd Class John H. Bradley; Pfc. Rene A. Gagnon; Sgt. Henry O. Hansen. The Marine at far right was later correctly identified as Cpl. Harlon Block, not Hansen.
Looking for a Marine Corp Flag? Flag-Works have in stock ranging from 4″ x 6″ and up.