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What is Armed Forces Day?

What is Armed Forces Day?

Posted by Philip Kauppinen on 14th May 2024

Armed Forces Day is a holiday honoring members of the U.S. Military who serve in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Space Force and Coast Guard. Armed Forces Day serves as an opportunity for Ameri … read more
History of the Gadsden Flag (Don't Tread On Me)

History of the Gadsden Flag (Don't Tread On Me)

Posted by Philip Kauppinen on 15th Apr 2024

The Gadsden Flag has been a popular flag throughout American history. Featuring a coiled rattlesnake and the slogan “DONT TREAD ON ME”, the Gadsden Flag is seen as a symbol of patriotism, individua … read more
What is a Patriotic Bunting?

What is a Patriotic Bunting?

Posted by Philip Kauppinen on 13th Mar 2024

Patriotic buntings, also known as pleated fans, are a common decoration to symbolize American pride. While their use dates back to colonial America, the popularity of the classic red, white and blu … read more
What is Cornhole?

What is Cornhole?

Posted by Philip Kauppinen on 8th Feb 2024

Cornhole is one of the most popular outdoor games in America, often being played at events such as picnics or tailgating. Put simply, the objective of cornhole is to toss bean bags through an incli … read more
How to Dispose of an American Flag

How to Dispose of an American Flag

Posted by Philip Kauppinen on 12th Jan 2024

If your American flag has become tattered, worn, or faded, you may be wondering of the proper way to dispose of it.  US Flag Code states that “The flag, when it is in such condition that it … read more