POW MIA Double Sided 3×5 Flag Embroidered Nylon

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Double-Sided POW-MIA Nylon Flag – Embroidered and Stitched on Both Sides

POW 3×5 flag with a black background and white embroidered artwork featuring the “POW-MIA You Are Not Forgotten” motto. The flag features double-sided construction with two separate 150-denier nylon flags sewn back-to-back with a liner in between to prevent the images on one side from showing through to the other. The embroidered artwork appears on both sides of the flag. The lettering reads correctly on both sides as well.

This richly embroidered beautiful flag is excellent for hanging indoors but can also be flown outdoors although it is not as durable against higher winds as a single face flag.

  • Quality double-sided construction
  • Two fully embroidered, 150-denier nylon flags sewn together back-to-back
  • Blocker liner between the flags to protect image quality
  • Bright fade-resistant colors
  • Heavy canvas header with brass grommets
  • 4 rows of stitching on the fly end to prevent premature fraying
  • Flag Size: 3’x5′

The POW/MIA Flag History

Designed by Newt Heisley in a collaborative effort with Annin flag makers and Mrs. Mary Hoff, wife of Navy Commander Michael G. Hoff was shot down in combat during the Vietnam War. The flag became a symbol for our military personnel who were missing in action or prisoners of war. The iconic and famous silhouette image and the slogan “You are not forgotten” are derived from this popular flag design. The POW/MIA flag is the second most widely used flag in the USA, Only our beloved American flag has greater sales and production volume. The POW/MIA flag is also the only flag other than the American flag which is allowed to fly over the White House and continuously over the US Capitol’s rotunda.

Occasions to fly the POW/MIA flag:

  • Armed Forces Day 3rd Saturday in May
  • Memorial Day Last Monday in May
  • Flag Day June 14
  • Independence Day July 4
  • National POW/MIA Recognition Day 3rd Fri. in September
  • Veterans Day November 11

Many people fly the POW/MIA flag at their Homes or businesses daily which is also appropriate.

Additional information

Weight 14 oz