Blue and Red Thin Line Flags Now Available at Star Spangled Flags

Star Spangled Flags is happy to announce the release of their all new Thin Red Line flag and Thin Blue Line flag. These flags have sewn stripes, and the nylon has been treated so that the flag material is resistant to deterioration and fading caused by the sun. Also, the fly end is quadruple stitched to ensure that the flag will hold up in spite of strong, rough winds. As with all their other flags, the new Thin Red Line flag and Thin Blue Line flags are 100 percent made in the US, using American labor and materials. More information about the Thin Blue Line flag can be learned at this link:

The Thin Blue Line flag is a symbol used by law enforcement. While it was first used in the UK, it is now widely used in the United States and Canada as a way to remember the fallen and to display support for current law enforcement officers. Furthermore, it also symbolizes the role of police officers in the community as they protect civilians from various criminal situations. The Thin Blue Line flag is made with three lines. The top black line symbolizes the public, and the bottom black line is a symbol for lawbreakers. The thin blue line that is positioned in between the two black lines represents the law enforcement. The concept is that law enforcement is what is standing between the wrongs performed by the criminals and the public, which are their potential victims, by protecting them through their service each day.

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Meanwhile, the Thin Red Line flag was created to give support to fire service personnel and to honor injured or fallen firefighters. The color red, which can be easily noticed, has been used for many years as a way to warn others about unsafe situations and to clear the way for firefighters to pass by. For the same reason, fire trucks are typically red or will contain a significant amount of red color. The Thin Red Line flag was developed with basically the same purpose as the Thin Blue line flag, but this time to express support for the fire department and the firefighters who have been injured and killed in the line of duty. The term “thin red line” originated during the Crimean War in 1854 and represents strong defense against the enemy. Since then, the term “thin red line” has been used to represent any thinly spread military unit holding against an attack. In 1999, firefighters from the Apex Volunteer Fire Department in North Carolina created the Thin Red Line to show respect for firefighters. More about the Thin Red Line flag can be learned at this link:

Star Spangled Flags creates flags that are made 100 percent by Americans from premium quality materials that are sourced from the United States. All of the nylon US flags they provide have the following features: all materials, construction and labor made in the USA; use of heavyweight 200 denier nylon; stripes sewn using 2 rows of stitching per seam; extra 4 rows of stitching on the fly end; use of 2 strong brass grommets for mounting; treated to be highly resistant to UV fading and create deeper and brighter colors that last. All flags are guaranteed to be of high quality. If customers are not satisfied for any reason, they can simply return it for a full refund.

The fact that the company offers premium quality flags is evidenced by the highly positive reviews they have been receiving. For instance, Thomas B. gave them five stars and said, “We received your marvelous flag & it is waving proudly in the front yard. My wife is a proud patriot & she always wants Old Glory showing stars & stripes to all who pass by our front yard. We are very happy to show such a beautiful product. Thanks much.”

Those who are interested in knowing more about the Thin Line, American, and other flags offered by Star Spangled Flags can check out their website on this page.


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Barry Mason