1st Navy Jack Flag
The 1st Navy Jack is the current U.S. jack authorized by the United States Navy. The design is traditionally regarded as that of the first U.S. naval jack flown in the earliest years of the republic. Conceived by Commodore Hopkins in 1775, the 1st Navy Jack was originally used as a signal to engage the enemy. It has 13 alternating red and white stripes with an uncoiled rattlesnake emblem and the motto "Don't Tread on Me."
Since September 11, 2002, all U.S. Navy ships have been flying the 1st Navy Jack in the global war on terrorism.
The highest quality flag currently available, this durable 2-ply woven polyester flag has the look and feel of cotton and wears better than nylon. Its 600D stitch count is the equivalent of combining two nylon embroidered flags into one.
Finished with a strong canvas heading and two brass grommets for easy display. Also includes two brass outrigger clips to secure your flag to the halyard with genuine nautical hardware that can be used as rugged key rings as well.
Available in various sizes.
- Material: 2-ply polyester
- Stitch count: 600D
- Canvas Header
- Brass Grommets
- Hardware: 2 brass outrigger clips
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