100% Real American Flags
From the cotton used to weave the cloth,
to the thread used to sew the seams,
we are proud to say our flags are
100% genuinely American Made.
Honoring Our Heroes
RealAmericanFlag.com is a proud supplier to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for our Nation’s Veterans burial flags. Learn how to apply for a flag for a deceased Veteran who served honorably in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Teaching the Next Generation
Help to instill patriotism in our youth by honoring and displaying the American Flag properly. Teach children the history and symbolism of our flag. Learn more about our flag and flag etiquette here.
Each September, a symphony of sound resonates through the heart of our nation, from sea to shining sea. Bells Across America is not just a musical celebration, but a powerful symbol of America’s unity, heritage, and resilience. The History of Bells in America Bells have played an important role in American history from the very […]Read More
Northern California’s Biggest Veterans Day Parade Every year on November 11th, the charming and historic town of Petaluma comes together to put on the largest Veterans Day Parade in Northern California; uniting the community in both gratitude and remembrance for the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve in the United […]Read More
The American flag, with its stars and stripes, stands tall as a beacon of freedom, unity, and democracy. When it comes to choosing a flag to show our allegiance, there is more to consider than just the price. Opting for a flag that is not only made in the USA but is also made using […]Read More
Why we recite the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of each school day With many children heading back to school in the coming weeks, it’s very likely they will begin their school day by reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. This tradition is one many of us grew up with, but just where does it […]Read More
Each summer, we celebrate Independence Day to commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, when the thirteen American colonies declared themselves independent from British rule. But did you know that while the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4, 1776, it wasn’t actually signed by all the delegates until […]Read More
The American flag is an iconic symbol of freedom and patriotism for the United States. However, it has also become a popular image in pop culture, appearing in classic films as well as today’s music videos and TV shows. This powerful visual evokes feelings of pride and is a telling symbol of the American spirit. […]Read More
Memorial Day, celebrated on the last Monday in May, is a significant holiday in the United States that honors and remembers the men and women who have sacrificed their lives while serving in the country’s armed forces. While many people associate Memorial Day with barbecues, parades, and the unofficial start of summer, there are several […]Read More
March 29th marks Vietnam Veterans Day, a day set aside to honor and remember the men and women who served during the Vietnam War. Each year, this day gives us an opportunity to reflect on the sacrifices these brave soldiers made, and express our gratitude to them. The Vietnam War This 20 year long, costly […]Read More
With so much rich history and tradition behind the U.S. flag, there are bound to be some myths around it. Some myths are commonly heard, while others may not be so common. Have you ever heard of these myths about the American flag? Myth #1: A flag that touches the ground must be destroyed. Although […]Read More