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First Navy Jack Nylon flag (3 ft. x 5 ft.)

  • SKU:  HFNAV35
  • Size:3 ft. x 5 ft.
  • Material:Nylon
  • 88.34 USD$88.34

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Popular favorite for generations, this colorful, nylon flag for outdoor use features sturdy construction including white canvas heading and strong brass grommets.

The First Navy Jack, a flag consisting of 13 horizontal, alternating red and white stripes and a rattlesnake moving across the center, bears the motto, 'Don't Tread On Me'. Conceived in 1775 by Commodore Esek Hopkins of the Continental Navy, the flag was first used as a signal between ships to engage the enemy.

In 1977, the Secretary of the Navy directed the ship with the longest total period of active service to display the First Navy Jack until decommissioned or transferred to the inactive reserve. At that time, the flag shall be passed to the next ship of the line with appropriate honors.

USS Kitty Hawk received the flag from the USS Independence (CV 62), following its decommissioning September 30, 1998, in Bremerton, Wash.

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