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What to Say Instead of Happy Memorial Day

While Americans are accustomed to using the word happy as a holiday greeting, Memorial Day is not a happy day for those who lost loved ones in the line of service. In fact, the total number of American heroes killed in all U.S. wars totals over 1.1 million, a staggering and sobering number that highlights the high cost of freedom. Learn more!

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When Should I Replace My American Flag?

Outdoor U.S. flags can begin showing signs of wear, including fading, tearing, and ripping, due to their constant exposure to the elements. Even the highest-quality flags can lose their vibrancy and fray. While no rules within the flag code explicitly state when to replace your American flag, you don't want its condition to deteriorate significantly before purchasing a new one. If you are searching for guidelines on when to replace your torn, frayed, or faded American flag, look no further than Carrot-Top Industries.

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Shedding The Light on Eder Flag Manufacturer

The American flag symbolizes our country’s freedom and the brave men and women who gave their all to ensure liberty and freedom. When choosing a flag for your business, you want one crafted from the highest quality products proven to withstand the elements and last the test of time. That’s where the Eder Flag Manufacturing Company comes in!

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The Complete Guide of the National Scout Jamboree Event.

The National Jamboree requires months, even years, of careful planning and prep. If you plan to attend the event, you probably registered long ago, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t more to prepare. That's why Carrot-Top created this guide telling you all about the event, what to expect, and how to prepare your troop for a fun-filled time! Read on for more information!

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The Correct Way of Displaying American Flags on all Types of Vehicles

When placing an American car flag or sticker on a work vehicle, adhering to proper flag code etiquette is even more important since you represent your business. We will discuss the correct way of displaying the U.S. flag, so you can drive with confidence, knowing you’re correctly honoring our great country.

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All About the Marine Corps Emblem: Design and Meaning

Being a marine is an honor, and wearing the U.S. Marine Corps emblem is considered sacred by those who have served in this noble armed forces branch. The eagle, globe, and anchor are revered symbols. Those in the USMC wear them with pride, often tattooing them on their bodies, signifying the deep connection they share with their brothers in arms. Let’s take a closer look at the meaning behind this prolific emblem and its place in Marine Corps history.

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The History of Texas Independence Day and Why Texans Celebrate It

Before becoming America's 28th state on December 29, 1845, Texas was its own independent country for nearly a decade. However, earning its freedom was not an easy task. Texas and its people fought several bloody battles to win their independence from Mexico on March 2, 1836. To this day, Texans celebrate Texas Independence Day to honor the sacrifices of the many men who gave their lives to the fight for independence. Read on to learn about this unique holiday, its history, and its place in Texas' cultural heritage.

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President's Day: Why We Celebrate It, and Its Significance

President’s Day is one of our country’s most important federal holidays as it provides an opportunity to celebrate the leaders who have shaped America into the great country it is today. While Americans enjoy a three-day weekend, there is so much more to this special day than sales and a day off. Let’s take a closer look at the origins of Presidents day and how it highlights the greatness of our American history.

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5 Fun Facts About Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln is one of the nation’s most iconic presidents, known the world over for his infamous beard and as the man responsible for bringing freedom to African American slaves. While his work for equality was groundbreaking, it’s not the only accomplishment that Mr. Lincoln made in his all-too-short life. Let’s take a look at five fun facts about Abraham Lincoln you may not have known.

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5 Ways To Celebrate MLK Day In The Workplace

This list of exciting activities is great for those looking for MLK Day celebration ideas that will encourage your employees to get involved and give back to their community.

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How the U.S. Troops Comes Up with Tank Names?

Tank names are funny, witty, sometimes surprising, and, believe it or not, very practical! It is thanks to the inscriptions on the gun tube that a tank crew member can easily identify their vehicle from a distance. So, let’s take a look at how battle tanks get their nicknames and check out some of the most original ones!

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2022 FIFA World Cup: What to look for & How to Support Your Team

The senior men's national teams of the members of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, the world's governing body of association football, compete in the FIFA World Cup, commonly referred to as the World Cup. Since the first competition in 1930, the championship has been given out every four years, with the exception of 1942 and 1946, when it was postponed due to the Second World War. France, who won their second championship at the 2018 competition in Russia, are the current champions.

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The History of Veterans Day and Our Veterans

Veterans Day celebrates the service of all U.S. military veterans every November 11. The day, originally known as Armistice Day, was first observed in 1919 by President Woodrow Wilson to observe the one-year anniversary of the end of World War I. Armistice Day was renamed Veterans Day in 1954, with President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s approval, after U.S. veteran organizations requested the name change.

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How to Thank Someone for Their Military Service Other Than Just Saying Thank You!

Indeed, there is a whole list of things you could do to thank someone for their military service that does not involve bare shaking hands or waving a flag at the army parade. There are more practical ways to express your gratitude, and they are very much appreciated by ex-military service members and their families too. So, without further ado, here is a straightforward list of actions you can take to say thanks for the military service!

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What Are the Different Diver Down Flags and Their Meaning?

When you decide to go scuba diving, there are a few things you can’t imagine going underwater without: a gas tank, scuba suit, and scuba diving or diver flags. Perhaps the latter is not the first thing that pops into your mind, but they are almost just as important as the other equipment. Without further ado, let’s dive right in and explain what diver-down flags look like and how they are used.

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Annin Flagmakers: the World’s Oldest Flag Manufacturer

Whether they are the richest flagmakers is not sure, but they are certainly the oldest! Annin Flagmakers is a flag manufacturing company that has been around since 1847. Indeed, this company has almost seen it all. From Lincoln’s inauguration to the 10th Anniversary of September 11th, Annin Flagmakers' flags have made their mark in U.S. and world history. Let’s take a closer look at the impressive Annin storyline!

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What Is Flagpole Sitting and Its History?

It’s been a long while since the flagpole sitting records were shaking the US public. What exactly is a flagpole or pole sitting? It’s a performance, typically executed by a male, in which he is sitting on the top of a high pole. The higher and the longer, the better. But, how exactly did this fad start, and why isn’t it so popular nowadays as well? We’ll try to provide the answers to these, so read on!

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10 Effective Ideas to Spread Awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is breast cancer awareness month. How should you honor those who are currently or have previously fought the great fight against this disease? Read more!

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The History of an Appeal to Heaven Flag, AKA Pine Tree Flag!

What is there to say about the Pine Tree flag that you haven’t heard before? Well, the Appeal to Heaven flag also went by the name the Tree Flag and was one of the first flags that the freedom fighters used during the American Revolution. The history of the Pine Tree Flag is filled with battles, revolution, religion, and a bit of divinity. Therefore, let’s start the story from the very beginning!

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Top 10 Interesting Facts About the U.S. Army

Let’s start the facts about the army with perhaps the most important one: the US army is considered to be the strongest military force in the whole world! That said, you can only imagine what curious pieces of information await you. We’ve picked ten facts about the US army that are probably going to raise your eyebrows in surprise. So, let’s get started!

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