The 3 ft. x 5 ft. Annin Tough-Tex American Flag features embroidered stars, sewn stripes, a double-sewn fly end, and durable white canvas heading with brass grommets. Proudly made in the USA.
What is Tough-Tex? The flag is specially engineered for long-lasting, daily commercial and industrial use and is ideal for areas of extreme climate or high wind. The key to the Tough-Tex material is its heavy-duty, double-ply, 100% heavyweight spun polyester. The fabric features a special weave to promote flight. Its bright colors resist fading even against strong sunlight and intense ultraviolet radiation.
The standard size for a home flag is 3 ft. x 5 ft. We recommend a 6 ft. house mounted pole or up to a 20 ft. in-ground pole. See below for related products.
All you need in one kit. Our tangle free spinning pole insures your flag will not tangle around the pole in high-wind areas. Recommended for residential use only. See below for related products.
All of our nylon world flags, state flags and US flags are American made. Choose from a variety of sizes and materials. Our American flags feature sewn stripes and embroidered stars. We've got your flag here and everything you need to fly it.
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Jim Guy Tucker was born on June 13, 1943, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to James Guy and Willie Maude (White) Tucker. His father was one of the first 50 employees of the newly formed Social Security Administration in February,1936.His family moved to Little Rock in February of 1945 when his father was relocated as the manager of the Arkansas Social Security Administration office. Jim Guy was educated in public schools. He graduated from Harvard with a BA in government in 1964, after which he enlisted in the marines. Despite two appeals, Tucker was discharged for health reasons after three months. Stints in 1965 and 1967 in Vietnam as a civilian war correspondent became a source of exposure for Tucker as he recorded them in his book, Arkansas Men at War. After finishing work in Vietnam, Tucker returned to Arkansas to pursue a political career.
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