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Navy Jack Flag, Gov't Specifications 3' 9 3/4" x 2' 8 9/16" (Nylon) + FREE Don't Tread on Us!

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL OFFER! Purchase the Navy Jack Flag – Government Specification, 3 feet 9 3/4 inches by 2 feet 8 9/16 inches and made of nylon, and receive a free copy of "Don't Tread on Us!" (Paperback). Click here for product details about the free book.

Product Description

You will be proud to own this beautiful nylon government spec Navy Jack with the famous motto "DON'T TREAD ON ME" located at the bottom of the flag. This flag is made to fly on a standard pole.

Our G-Spec flag is identical to those the U.S. government has specified. G-Spec items are made in accordance with U.S. Code, Title 4. Features include nylon high-tenacity, industrial-strength, 70-denier lightweight nylon, lockstitch seams and material and color-matched thread.

The First Navy Jack is believed to have flown aboard the Continental Fleet's flagship Alfred in January 1776. Commodore Esek Hopkins raised the First Navy Jack to signal his fleet to attack the enemy. In August 1977, the Secretary of the Navy specified that the ship with the longest total period of active service display the First Navy Jack until decommissioned or transferred to inactive service, at which time the flag shall be passed to the next ship in line with appropriate honors. Today, the only U.S. Navy ship authorized to fly the First Navy Jack is the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk. However, on May 22, 2002, the United States Navy authorized all ships to display the First Navy Jack flag on their bow at port during the war on terrorism.

NOTE: Purchasing the "Navy Jack Flag – Government Specification" from WND's online store also qualifies you to receive three FREE issues of WND's acclaimed monthly print magazine, Whistleblower. Watch for the FREE offer during checkout.

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