The Flags.com United States Coast Guard Flag Set includes a sturdy two-piece oak flagpole with a brass or chrome joint and an Army spear ornament. The U.S. Coast Guard flag colors are red, white, and blue; embellished with a three-sided golden fringe and a golden cord and tassel for a patriotic display.
This authentic, American-made US Coast Guard flag set is meant for indoor display at schools, conferences, places of worship, businesses, or a veteran’s association building.
For the full effect, present this U.S.C.G flag along with the American flag and any of our other indoor military flags. When choosing the best height pole for you, keep in mind that the ceiling must be at least one foot taller than the flagpole height.
THIS U.S. COAST GUARD FLAG & POLE PRESENTATION SET INCLUDES:
- Floor stand
- 2 piece polished oak pole
- Army Spear ornament
- Gold cord and tassel
PROPER DISPLAY METHOD:
Indoor military flags should be presented from left to right. The American flag is displayed first, followed in order by the U.S. Army flag, U.S. Marine Corps flag, U.S Navy flag, U.S. Air Force flag, and lastly the U.S. Coast Guard flag. The guideline for the order of precedence for these flags was established by the U.S Department of Defense. It follows the order in which each of these institutions were founded.
COAST GUARD HISTORY LESSON
The United States Coast Guard has protected America’s waters for over two centuries. They’re “Always Read” - show you are with this beautiful, ultimate-quality American-made United States Coast Guard flag indoor presentation set!
The United States Coast Guard was founded in 1790 as the Revenue-Marine, designed to protect the fledgling U.S.’s shipping interests. It got a makeover in 1915 as the Coast Guard, and this official standard flag was adopted in 1964. The United States Coast Guard flies a variant of this flag, called the Coast Guard ensign flag, from its ships to help distinguish them from civilian vessels.
To learn more about the U.S Coast Guard read our “U.S. Coast Guard Protecting America Since 1790” blog.