Flag of the United States Navy
US Navy flag
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US Navy flag

> 100% Made In USA with American labor and materials
> Scientifically treated to resist UV fading & look beautiful
> Sturdy and shiny brass grommets for flying
> Lock stitched (not chain stitched) to prevent unraveling
> Extra 4 rows of stitching on the fly end for durability

$34.69

-23%
Size(s) available:

3 by 5 foot

US Navy Flag Questions

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Navy flags, Made in USA

All of our Navy flags are printed on our 200 denier thick nylon flag fabric. This special fabric is sun-protected and water resistant. The flag also features two brass grommets and 4 rows of stitching on the fly end, plus reinforced corners to prevent fraying. And as with all our flags, both materials and labor are 100% made right here in the United States. Add it to your shopping cart today and show your support for our troops!

When and by Whom was the U.S. Navy Flag introduced?

Executive Order 10812 of 24 April 1959, the President, Dwight D. Eisenhower, upon the recommendation of the Secretary of the Navy with the approval of the Secretary of Defense, established and prescribed an official flag for the United States Navy. The Navy Flag was formally introduced to the public on April 30, 1959 at a ceremony at a Naval Support Facility in Maryland. It replaced the infantry battalion flag which had been used as the U.S. Navy’s unofficial flag for many years beforehand.

Where should the U.S. Navy Flag be used to represent the Navy?

The U.S. Navy Flag will represent the Navy at official ceremonies, parades, during official Navy display occasions, at public gatherings when the Navy is an official participant, and other such occasions as may be specifically authorized by the Secretary of the Navy. When used for these purposes, the U.S. Navy flag will accompany and take the place of honor next after the Flag of the United States.

What are the designs on the U.S. Navy Flag and what do they represent?

The Navy flag is bordered with gold fringe for indoor and parade purposes, while the outdoor version has no gold fringe. The eagle on the flag represents the nation that the Navy protect and is situated standing on the anchor, wings open wide. The anchor points to both the naval heritage of the Navy and their access to any coastline in the world. Behind both of these is a ship flying the American colors. The flag has one final component: below the emblem is a ribbon that reads, “United States Navy.”

How should you display the U.S. Navy Flag when in the presence of other flags?

When flying the Navy Flag on the same pole with the American flag, it should fly directly below the American Flag and be the same size or better yet, smaller. If you fly any state flags on this same pole, they will go above the Navy flag and below the American Flag. If you fly multiple military flags they should be flown in this order: Army, Marine, Navy and Air Force.

Where can I purchase a Navy Flag only made in the U.S.A.?

Star Spangled Flags sells the Navy Flag and it is 100% made in the U.S.A. Their flags are treated to dry fast and resist sun and chemical deterioration which keeps the colors bright and strong against the ultraviolet rays in the bright sunshine. They also use a very strong nylon material and two rows of superior lock stitching, and the fly end has 4 rows of lock stitching to prevent unraveling and fraying improving its longevity.

Product Description

The U.S Navy flag of the United States Navy is used to represent its subsidiary units and formations that were adopted on October 13, 1775. The official flag is dark blue, with the seal of the U.S. Department of the Navy shown in the middle. Below is a yellow banner with the words “United States Navy” written across it.

The Navy flag is bordered with gold fringe for indoor and parade purposes, while the outdoor version has no gold fringe. The eagle on the flag represents the nation that the Navy protect and is situated standing on the anchor, wings open wide The anchor points to both the naval heritage of the Navy and their access to any coastline in the world. Behind both of these is a ship flying the American colors. The flag has one final component: below the emblem is a ribbon that reads, “United States Navy.”

The Navy flag flies on many occasions such as ceremonies, parades, installations, and more. In addition, the flag is also displayed in the offices of the United States President, Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the Navy, and the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.