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Guam Flag

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The Guam Flag is a dark blue flag with red bordering the outside of the flag. In the middle is a red ellipse  with a brown sailboat with white sail on the ocean. In the foreground of the ellipse is a beach with a palm tree.
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Show your pride in the Land of the Chamorro by flying this Guam Flag. This flag is available in all standard sizes so that you can make a selection based on your personal wants. 

Outdoor Option for the Flag of Guam

Our flags are made with a durable nylon material that is both weather and fade resistant. These are designed to be lightweight so that they can fly regally on an outdoor flagpole


  • American-made
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets
Indoor Option for the Flag of Guam

For a more formal appearance, opt for one of our gold-fringed flags. To properly mount these distinguished flags, choose one of our indoor flagpoles


  • American-made
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole Sleeve

Note: Gold fringe is not designed to be kept outdoors. To increase the lifetime of your flag, keep it away from the outdoor elements

Guam Flag History

The original flag design was created by Mrs. Helen L. Paul, the wife of a naval officer in America. This design was approved by Governor Roy C. Smith in 1917 and later became the official territory flag for Guam in 1948. The flag was then modified in 1960 to add the red border.

Guam Flag Meaning

The blue background symbolizes the ocean. The oval in the center of the flag is shaped like a sling stone that was used by the ancient Chamoru. The seagoing canoe, also known as a flying proa, depicts the courage of the first people who traveled across the Pacific Ocean. The coconut tree growing in the infertile sand represents the determination of the first settlers that overcame whatever natural causes challenged them.


Other Details

Capitol: Hagåtña
Flag Adopted: February 9, 1948
Became Territory: 1898
Language: English, Chamorro
Motto: "Where America's Day Begins"
Known For: Kelaguen, Kadon Pika
Famous Guamanians: Ann Curry, Donovan Patton, Heather Snow Clark