The United States Army National Guard has helped protect Americans since the creation of the country. This American-made U.S. Army National Guard flag is perfect for showing your support for a premier United States reserve force!
OUTDOOR U.S. ARMY NATIONAL GUARD FLAGS
Our U.S. Army National Guard flag is made out of water-resistant nylon, ideal for everyday outdoor use. A durable canvas heading and brass grommets allow this American-made flag to easily attach to our 20’ flagpole or from our house mounted pole.
Our most popular flag size is 3’ x 5’, designed for easy use both indoors and outdoors. To determine what size is right for you:
|Pole Height||Flag Size|
|6' Free Spin Pole||3’ x 5’|
|20’||3’ x 5’ or 4' x 6'|
|25’||4’ x 6’|
INDOOR U.S. ARMY NATIONAL GUARD FLAGS
Nylon flags are also great for indoor use, thanks to their high-quality digital printing process that ensures vibrant, eye-catching color. Indoor flags with pole sleeve and fringe should be used on our indoor mounting kits. These flags are not designed for hanging on wall or outdoor flagpoles. Any flag with pole sleeve & fringe is finished with lined pole sleeves, leather tabs, and golden yellow fringe on 3 sides.
The authentic U.S. Army National Guard Minuteman seal on this flag is perfect for showing your service or that of a loved one. Features on all Army National Guard flags include:
- Made in America
- Authentic design
- Sewn edges
- 100% dyed nylon
UNITED STATES ARMY NATIONAL GUARD HISTORY
Although the United States Army National Guard has only been an official American reserve and militia force since 1903, it can trace its roots to 1692. Salem, Massachusetts, then a British Colony, saw the creation of a drilled militia for defending its surrounding areas. This spread throughout the colonies.
Once America declared its independence, all U.S. militia forces were based on the model that arose during the colonial days. The National Guard title was coined in 1824 in New York, and in 1903, it was applied to all U.S. Federal reservist forces.
The Army National Guard’s seal features a Minuteman to reflect its colonial militia origins.