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The American flag should be displayed on all days, especially the 39 national flag days listed below. You probably remember that Veteran's Day flags should fly at full staff and Memorial Day flags should fly at half staff until noon, but you can download our  handy reminder sheet sheet to remember all 39 federal flag holidays and which five are half-staff days.

Federal Holidays 2021

The dates marked in red color indicate when you should fly your flag at half-staff.

January 1 New Year's Day
January 18 Martin Luther King Jr. Day
January 20 Inauguration Day
February 12 Lincoln's Birthday
February 15 President's Day
February 15 Washington's Birthday
March 17 St. Patrick's Day
March 29 National Vietnam War Veterans Day
April 5 Gold Star Spouses Day
April 9 National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day
April 4 Easter Sunday
April 22 Earth Day
May 4 International Firefighters Day
May 9 Mother's Day
May 15
(half-staff)
Peace Officer's Memorial Day
May 15 Armed Forces Day
May 31 
(half-staff to noon)
Memorial Day
June 6 Remember D-Day
June 14 Army Birthday
June 14 Flag Day
June 19 Juneteenth National Independence Day
June 20 Father's Day
July 4 Independence Day
July 27 National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day
August 4 Coast Guard Birthday
September 6 Labor Day
September 11
(half-staff)
Patriot Day
September 17 Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
September 18 Air Force Birthday
September 17 National POW/MIA Recognition Day
September 26 Gold Star Mother's and Family's Day
October 3 
(half-staff)
National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service
October 11 Columbus Day
October 11 National Indigenous Peoples Day
October 13 Navy Birthday
November 2 Election Day
November 10 Marine Corps Birthday
November 11 Veterans Day
November 25 Thanksgiving Day
December 7
(half-staff)
Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
December 25 Christmas Day

When to Fly your State's Flag

In addition, when you fly your state’s flag on the birthday of your state, as required by the July 7, 1976 amendment to the Flag Code (Public Law 94-344, 94th Congress) the American flag should always be flown above it in the superior position. A state's admission date to the united States of America is considered its birthday.

State Birthdays

Alabama Flag Alabama
December 14, 1819
Alaska Flag Alaska
January 3, 1959
Arizona Flag Arizona
February 14, 1912
Arkansas Arkansas
June 15, 1836
California Flag California
September 9, 1850
Colorado Flag Colorado
August 1, 1876
Connecticut Flag Connecticut
January 9, 1788
Delaware Delaware
December 7, 1787
Florida Florida
March 3, 1845
Georgia Flag Georgia
January 2, 1788
Hawaii Flag Hawaii
August 21, 1959
Idaho Flag Idaho
July 3, 1890
Illinois Flag Illinois
December 3, 1818
Indiana Flag Indiana
December 11, 1816
Iowa Flag Iowa
December 28, 1846
Kansas Flag Kansas
January 29, 1861
Kentucky Flag Kentucky
June 1, 1792
Louisiana Flag Louisiana
April 30, 1812
Maine Flag Maine
March 15, 1820
Maryland Flag Maryland
April 28, 1788
Massachusetts Flag Massachusetts
February 6, 1788
Michigan Flag Michigan
January 26, 1837
Minnesota Flag Minnesota
May 11, 1858
Mississippi Flag Mississippi
December 10, 1817
Missouri Flag Missouri
August 10, 1821
Montana Flag Montana
November 8, 1889
Nebraska Flag Nebraska
March 1, 1867
Nevada Flag Nevada
October 31, 1864
New Hampshire Flag New Hampshire
June 21, 1788
New Jersey Flag New Jersey
December 14, 1787
New Mexico Flag New Mexico
January 6, 1912
New York Flag New York
July 26, 1788
North Carolina Flag North Carolina
November 21, 1789
North Dakota Flag North Dakota
November 2, 1889
Pennsylvania Flag Pennsylvania
December 12, 1787
Ohio Flag Ohio
March 1, 1803
Oklahoma Flag Oklahoma
November 16, 1907
Oregon Flag Oregon
February 14, 1859
Rhode Island Flag Rhode Island
May 29, 1790
South Carolina Flag South Carolina
May 23, 1788
South Dakota Flag South Dakota
November 2, 1889
Tennessee Flag Tennessee
June 1, 1796
Texas Flag Texas
December 29, 1845
Utah Flag Utah
January 4, 1896
Vermont Flag Vermont
March 4, 1791
Virginia Flag Virginia
June 25, 1788
Washington Flag

Washington
November 11, 1889

West Virginia Flag West Virginia
June 20, 1863
Wisconsin Flag Wisconsin
May 29, 1848
Wyoming Flag Wyoming
July 10, 1890

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