United States POW/MIA Flag
100% Made in the USA
- Finished with heading and two brass grommets
- For outdoor use
- Design is printed on either nylon or polyester material
Single Reverse vs Double Sided Flags
Single Reverse - logo bleeds through to back side (front side reads correct & back side reads in reverse) - RECOMMENDED FOR OUTDOOR USE!
Double Sided - two flags are sewn back to back with a liner in between (reads correct on both sides) - Recommended for indoor/parade use
Nylon Material vs Polyester Material
Nylon material is light weight and flies easier in slight breezes. These are recommended for all outdoor uses. They are designed for the rain to bead off and dry quickly to keep your flag constantly flying.
Polyester Material is a heavier material that was designed for durability when used on in-ground flagpoles in high wind areas. It requires more wind in order to get the flag flying so on breezy days, the flag will most likely be limp. These are not recommended for the small flagpoles that attach to buildings. The flags are too heavy for those poles and could do some damage to the pole or your bracket.
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Just put it out today so I'll see how it holds up in our winds. The flag looks really nice & feels very well made. Good price & quick shipping. I'm a satisfied customer.
I buy the 3 x 5 US Flag and the POW\MIA flag in polyester. These are heavy duty and very rugged. I fly them 24\7\365 outdoors on a vertical flag pole. Nothing holds up better.
We received the Pow/MIA flag we purchased in honor of 9/11 and the upcoming 18 Sept official recognition day for our POW/MIA military personnel. We were impressed with the customer service/delivery and most importantly the quality of the flag! We are displaying it proudly! Thank you!
Easy transaction and super fast shopping! Product was perfect ! Thank you
I served in South Korea during the period of 10/1982- 11/1983 with the 8th Army's 249thMP Detachment. Just last week(8/2013) I learned while listening to a news report on a conservative talk radio show of a service members remains found in North Korea & returned to family. This MIA's niece who is in her 70s, said" We have been waiting now for our uncle to come home for 60 years now". Welcome Home & Rest in Peace.