Hoist a Thin Line US flag to showcase your support of local police officers and firefighters while being patriotic as well!
Our Thin Line American flags combine the American flag with the well-known symbols for police and firefighters.
What does the thin blue line represent? The blue line flag represents law enforcement and is flown to show support for the men and women who put their lives on the line every day.
What does the thin red line represent? The red line flag recognizes the fear and risk that every individual in the fire department faces.
At Flags.com, we don’t believe that you should have to choose between flying an American flag and a thin line flag, which is why we offer these flags, allowing you to proclaim your support for BOTH.
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The Blue Line
You might know someone in the police department already. Maybe a friend? A relative? A neighbor? When they drive by your home, show them that you’re proud of them with the thin blue line US flag.
The Red Line
Firefighters do more than put out fires; they save lives as first responders for medical crises. Don’t tell me you’ve never needed one before! No matter how close you may feel to a firefighter or a fire department employee, you should let them know that you support them. A thin red line US flag will do just that.
We don’t want you to pick a side! Why not thank them all? That’s why we offer this dual-purpose, thin line US flag. Support firefighters and police officers alike by flying our black and white American flag with blue AND red stripes!
Each American-made flag is:
- Available in 3' x 5'
- Perfect for house-mounted or in-ground flagpoles
- Made of 100% nylon
- Digitally printed
- Finished with a canvas heading and brass grommets
We ask you to proclaim your gratitude for those who have made and continue to make the ultimate sacrifice we benefit from every day. Today, order your American flag with a thin red line, thin blue line, or both!
A personal “thank you” from us, the Flags.com team, to all the first responders out there!
- If you have questions about any of our flags, please contact us.