This United States Army motorcycle flag is equipped with a small sleeve designed to slip over a regular motorcycle flagpole and be displayed while the vehicle is being operated at normal speed. The flag is double-sided, meaning two flags are sewn together back to back so that the lettering is readable from both sides. The fabric is a knitted polyester material that has a silky, smooth feel (similar to gym shorts) with a slight amount of elasticity which lends greater durability against the wind vs. standard printed polyester.
This official US Army flag design was adopted on June 12th, 1956, by an executive order issued by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The design consists of a blue replica of the War Office Seal with a red banner underneath inscribed with “United States Army” in white letters. Below the banner, in blue numerals is the date “1775” which represents the year that the Continental Army was created and General George Washington was appointed as its General.
- Double-sided construction
- Finished with a white pole sleeve specially designed for motorcycle flagpoles
- Made to withstand the high winds created while riding at normal highway speed
- Bright colors
- Flag size: 6″ x 9″