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The Great American Flag - Part 2

Continuing the conversation..... We are grateful to the Great American Flag Preservation Group's Josh Dorfman and AJ Rehberg for their patriotism, positivity and dedication to the Great American Flag. Thank you for your continued friendship. John Mikhael: Our last segment focused on the physical history of the Great American Flag; the inspiration, characters and construction of the flag. But, this flag actually has its own place in American history. What can you tell us about the Great American American Flag's role in US history? Josh (Co-Founder: Great American Flag Preservation Group): That's actually what excites us the most.Ā  Everyone is impressed by the flag's size, but it's the history of the flag that is truly amazing.Ā  I think one of...

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From Cotton to Koralex: Which Flag Material is Right for You?

With this guide, you now have a better understanding of the different materials and durability factors to consider when choosing an American flag. At Pledge Project, we are proud to offer a wide range of high-quality flags from Valley Forge Flags, that areĀ made in the USA and certified by the FMAA. Whether you're looking for a lightweight poly-cotton blend or a heavy-duty double-ply polyester, we have the perfect flag for your needs. Shop ourĀ AmericanĀ andĀ Military FlagĀ collections today and pledge your allegiance with confidence!Ā Ā Ā 

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How to choose the right size and material for your Flag

Some flags are used for outdoor display, others for memorial purposes, and still others for indoor display. Where you live and how often you fly your FlagĀ are also important.Ā Ā  Depending on its use a flag can be made out of nylon, cotton, polycotton, polyester, or two-ply spun polyester. FLAG SIZING GUIDELINESĀ  Ā  For Residential flagpoles up to and including 20', a 3'x5' flag is appropriate.Ā  Choose a 4'x6' flag if the pole is 25 feet or taller .Ā  Public display for Government buildings, offices, hospitals and more, is a little different. See the matrix below. 20' Pole - 4'x6' Flag 50' Pole - 8x12'-10x15' Flag 25' Pole - 5'x8' Flag 60'-65' Pole - 10'x15'-10'x19' Flag 30'-35' Pole - 6'x10' FlagĀ ...

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