Inspired by countless conversations with Soldiers, Airmen, Marines, Sailors and Coasties, Combat Flags Camo American Flags honor the best our country has to offer... that 1% of Americans who answered the call to put their lives on the line and serve this great nation to protect our freedoms.
These one-of-a-kind Camouflage American Flags look great, fly with ease and are made in America. Made from heavy-duty outdoor nylon, each flag features a canvas heading, brass grommets, quad-stitching and undergo an in-depth acid-dye process for outdoor resiliency and color vibrance.
If the Army or Air Force isn't you're thing, we have Camo American Flag options for EVERY branch:
10% of every 2x3 Camouflage American Flag sale is donated to Stop Soldier Suicide.
***Please note, 2x3 Camo American Flags are not made from duty worn fatigues.
Since I've had my army combat flag attached to my semi....its been 10's of thousands of miles....and I've been asked by a few where I got it.....of I tell them....I'm bout ready for another....mine has alittle tailtatter!!!.....but it's still flying....thanx!!!
Beautiful flag. Disappointed it wasn't actual fatigue material as my hubs is a Viet Nam vet, but regardless it is nice to put on my front porch to support our vets....
This is a great idea and a great way to honour all of our fellow service members, keep up the good work. Chaos! C co. 1/173 Inf.
As a combat & disabled veteran I'm always looking to support veteran owned businesses. I saw this company on a Mike Rowe show and fell in love.
As a diver I'm always looking for way to support fellow veterans and raising awareness for our issues. Being able to carry this flag anywhere I go diving allows me to help honor my brothers and sisters who died and hopefully raise awareness for the issues plaguing us.
So anywhere I dive I will have this flag and be tagging thr company so stay tuned for amazing dive shots with a multicam combat flag! Stay frosty and ;IGY6
Ordered the 2x3 Army flag in honor of my father John W. Herndon Jr (Korean War Vet, RIP 1992). One thing my father always told me was that all he wanted or wished for was for someone to thank him, shake his hand; not to be mad like some were. So I have it on my wall & shared a photo to thank Combat Flags, my Dad & all who serve. God Bless what you are doing to help Vets.