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Made in USA

American Flags made entirely from products and materials that are certified “Made in America”


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.

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Honoring Our Heroes 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.

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All of our American flags are made in the USA from 100% American Sourced Materials and Labor.

For special case pricing, please call 707-585-1991 (PST).

Mortuaries – Please call 707-585-1991 (PST) for special pricing of interment / burial flags.


Part 2: What Are American Symbols and What Do They Stand For?

November 20, 2022

Throughout history, the United States has had many symbols to represent virtues our great country stands for like unity, strength, resilience, and so many more. In our last article, we dove into symbols like the American flag, the Statue of Liberty, the Bald Eagle, and the Liberty Bell. This time we will explore other popular […]

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What Are American Symbols and What Do They Stand For?

October 7, 2022

The United States has a rich history full of meaningful traditions and symbols. The most well-known symbols are the American flag and the bald eagle. However, there are several others that are full of just as much history and meaning as these two. What do these iconic American symbols mean and where did they come […]

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Teaching the Next Generation

August 8, 2022

The summer is filled with patriotic holidays like Memorial Day, Independence Day, and several others. As summertime comes to a close, it’s time for many children to begin preparing to go back to school. Although most of our patriotic holidays are celebrated in the summer, it’s still a great time to continue to teach our […]

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The History of BBQ on the 4th of July

July 1, 2022

Also known as America’s most popular BBQing holiday, the 4th of July, Independence Day, is a day of great grilled food, family, friends, and fireworks. Did you know that it was only declared a National Holiday in 1941, even though Americans have celebrated it since the 1800’s? What is it about the 4th of July […]

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Celebrating Flag Day

June 13, 2022

When we think of summer, we usually think of swimming pools, cookouts, beach vacations, and holidays like Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. One holiday that is often forgotten is Flag Day. Every June 14th, we celebrate the anniversary of the adoption of the American flag.  Flag Day Origins Flag Day origins go all […]

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Is May the Most Patriotic Holiday?

May 4, 2022

If someone asks you, “What is the most patriotic month?” You’d probably answer July, since that is when Independence Day is celebrated. But did you know that May has more patriotic holidays than any other month of the year? The entire month of May celebrates National Military Appreciation Month. First recognized in 1999, Military Appreciation […]

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Real American Flag is committed to Earth Day, Every Day.

March 30, 2022

April is a time to welcome spring with budding trees and blossoming flowers. It’s also the month we celebrate Earth Day. Each April 22nd, we come together, all across the globe, to take action to make our environment a better place for all.  Earth Day began in 1970 when thousands of colleges, universities, and faith-based […]

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National Anthem Day and other facts you may not know about the Star Spangled Banner

March 9, 2022

National Anthem Day is celebrated on March 3rd every year, but why? On March 3, 1931, President Herbert Hoover signed a law officially making the Star Spangled Banner our country’s national anthem. This was 15 years after President Woodrow Wilson declared that the song should be played during military celebrations. In honor of National Anthem […]

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Why the US doesn’t dip the flag at the Olympics

February 3, 2022

The 2022 Winter Olympics take place in Beijing, China. Before the Olympic games officially begin, there is an opening ceremony. According to the International Olympic Committee, the purpose of the opening and closing ceremonies is to, “invite people to discover the culture of the country in which the Games are taking place.” It is also […]

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