343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag



343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag: This product is made on demand. No minimums. Fast fulfillment processing time.

  • 2-side printed
  • Flag stands and poles not included.
  • UV, fade, and mildew resistant fabric.
  • Printed on a premium polyester material with vibrant colors.
  • Perfect for indoor and outdoor use.’
  • Production Time: 2-6 business days
  • Shipping Time: 4-7 business days (2-6 additional due to Covid-19)

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343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

Every country has own national flag. It provides a distinct identity to a nation. It is the symbol of freedom and national pride. India is an independent country. She has a national flag of which we are very proud of. When it flies on top of a building or a flag-post, our hearts swell with great pride and nationalism.

The history of our national flag is long and freedom-fighters fought a long battle under its shadow. Many died fighting, but kept the flag high and flying. It inspired them to make great sacrifices and struggle hard for freedom. It united the people of all castes and communities in a strong national bond.

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag.

Our leaders, when they first designed it, placed a spinning wheel in the centre. Later, it was replaced by the wheel of Ashok Chakra. It symbolizes justice, peace and spirituality. It is deep blue in colour and has 24 spokes. It also stands for duty and ‘dharma.’

1.Which flag material should I choose:


343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

*Nylon has become the most popular material for US flags. They are durable, dry quickly and fly in a light breeze.

*Our Nylon flags have sewn stripes, embroidered stars,* canvas heading, brass grommets and are made in the USA.

*Nylon flags are an outstanding value for everyday use.


343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

*Polyester flags are considered the longest lasting. They are the best choice for high wind areas and are highly recommended for commercial and industrial use.

*Our Polyester flags have sewn stripes, embroidered stars,* canvas heading, brass grommets and are made in the USA.

*Today’s Polyester material has the look and feel of cotton, making it a more durable substitute.


*Cotton is the more historically correct material. The choice for those looking for the traditional look.

*Our Cotton flags have sewn stripes, embroidered stars,* canvas heading, brass grommets and are made in the USA.

*Cotton flags are considered best for occasional use.

2. Where are you going to fly the flag?

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

At your or your clients / suppliers premises – If the flags are to be used at a fixed location and not moved then they can easily be tailored to the size and type of flag pole that is already in place.

Off-Site – For general use in many locations they can be finished so that they can be moved around and flown from all types of poles. They can also be designed to be used at other locations such as yacht masts or even tied to be used as a banner.

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag
343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

3. Which design of flag would you like to choose?

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

Elements to consider

  • Keep it simple – flags are for logos and symbols, not writing an essay.
  • Look at the proportions of your logo to consider how best to fit it on the flag size selected.
  • Make sure you have a good contrast in background colour. White is always a good option but it can get grubby after time in use.

Key elements:

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

Corporate logo

Simple text

Good choice of colours

Correct size for the flagpole

Reasonable proportions

Landscape or Portrait?

Both options are valid: 343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

  • Landscape is the traditional format for a flag and it will match any national flags you fly with it.
  • Portrait flags tend to require less wind to fly and generally it is possible to fly a larger flag from a given pole size.

4. What size flag do I need.

How big should the flag be?

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

The bigger the flag is the more visible it will be but you should consider the size of pole and space available.

A good rule of thumb for Landscape flags is that the long edge of the flag should be 25% of the height of the pole, and the short edge is usually 50% the length of the long edge. For example an 8m pole would suit a 2m x 1m flag.

For Portrait flags the rule of thumb calculation is the long edge should be 33% pole height and the short edge 40% of the long edge.

However there is a tendency for corporate flags to be a bit oversize, to make them more visible. We wouldn’t recommend more than 50% bigger than suggested above or it will look out of proportion.

House mounted flagpoles.

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

If you are going to fly the flag from a pole mounted on your house, the most popular size is a 3’x 5’ flag on a 6’ pole. The next most popular is the slightly smaller 21/2’ x 4’ flag on a 5’ pole. Larger homes or building can handle larger poles and flags. The size of the structure and space available are the key considerations.

Ground set flagpoles.

Flags flying on a vertical flag pole are traditionally sized to have the flag’s long dimension be approximately 1/4 to 1/3 the height of the pole. Other considerations might be the whether the pole has a yardarm that would interfere with a larger sized flag and whether the pole will be flying more than one flag.

Some typical examples:

Flagpole above ground heightFlag sizes
18′3′ x 5′
20′3′ x 5′ or 4′ x 6′
25′4′ x 6′ or 5′ x 8′
30′5′ x 8′ or 6′ x 10′
40′6′ x 10′ or 8′ x 12′
50′8′ x 12′ or 10′ x 15
343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag
343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

5. How long will my new flag last?

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

There is no exact answer. The U. S. Government generally expects a nylon or cotton flag to last 90 days, based on daily usage from sunrise to sunset – but not during periods of inclement weather.

Tests have shown that in some cases a flag flown 24 hours a day will last only ¼ as long as one flown during daylight hours only.

Remember that no matter how well it is constructed, a flag is only a piece of cloth and will sooner or later succumb to the elements. However, reasonably good care can contribute significantly to longer flag life.

6. How do I care for my flag?

343 Firefighter Never Forget 911 Flag

For best results, do not expose the flag to rain, snow, or excessively high wind conditions. These conditions will shorten the life of the flag considerably. If the flag becomes wet, spread it out to allow it to dry completely. Do not fold or roll up a damp flag.

To keep the colors bright, clean the flag regularly before airborne contaminants (dirt, dust, smoke, etc.) “set” in the fabric. Outdoor flags can be hand washed in warm water and a mild soap, then dried as in paragraph #1.

Do not allow the flag to stand in the wash water, as bleeding into the white stripes can occur. Professional dry cleaning is recommended for indoor / parade flags. Many dry cleaning establishments will clean a U. S. flag at no charge.

Do not place the flag where wind will whip against rough surfaces, tree branches, wires, building sides or roofs, etc. The smallest tear can soon result in a tattered flag. Keep the flagpole surface free of rust, scale, dirt, etc. that could damage the flag.

Inspect the flag regularly for signs of wear. Look for “normal wear” fabric or thread breaks at “fly end.” This is the end farthest from the pole. Trimming off torn or frayed ends and re-hemming them is a way of extending the life of the flag.

Our national flag is the symbol of our glory. We should respect our flag. We should ever keep it fly high. We must always treat our national flag with respect and dignity.

It is offered formal salute by our leaders and officers on such occasions. On sad occasions, it can be seen flying at half-mast. It symbolizes national mourning.

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Flag Size

Garden Flag 11.5 x 17.5 inch, House Flag 29.5 x 39.5 inch