Army

The Flag of the United States Army displays a blue replica of the official seal of the Department of the Army set on a white field. Beneath the seal is a broad scarlet scroll bearing the inscription in white letters, United States Army. Beneath the scroll, in blue Arabic numerals, is 1775 the year in which the Army was created with the appointment of General George Washington as Commander-in-Chief. All of this is on a white background. The flag was officially adopted by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, on June 12, 1956, with Executive Order 10670.

Flags finished with a white canvas heading and brass grommets are designed to be flown outdoors either on an in-ground roped flagpole or attached directly to a wall mounted flagpole. Flags finished with a pole sleeve or a pole sleeve with golden fringe are designed for indoor or presentation use. Flags with a pole sleeve only can also be used as outdoor banners attached directly to a wall mounted flagpole. Flags with a pole sleeve cannot be used on an in-ground roped flagpole.

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