The United States Army Flag uses the War Office Seal with a white field for the background. The year 1755 noted under the seal is the year George Washington was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army. Eisenhower adopted the official Army Flag in 1956.
All of our United States Army Flags are made from 200 Denier nylon or tricot knit polyester. Each material designed to be lightweight and present the fullest visual effect while retaining strength and durability. All flags finished with a heavy canvas heading and brass grommets for easy installation. 100% Made in the USA.
Zinc Plated Steel