The fabric of American history is woven into every Valley Forge flag.
Since our beginnings as a government contractor, we have proudly provided flags to accompany our civil servants as they pursued some of our nation's most significant endeavors.
Sewn into every stripe is the heritage of protecting freedom.
Since World War II, the brave men and women of our armed forces have flown a Valley Forge U.S. flag in many historic conflicts to defend freedom. Our flags have encouraged our armed forces as they landed on the beaches of Normandy, and rolled through the European Campaign. Our flag was the U.S. flag of the Pacific Fleet. As our service men and women bravely turned the tide in the Pacific, a Valley Forge U.S. flag flew by their side. Valley Forge U.S flags represent the American tradition of proudly defending the freedoms of our nation. Valley Forge Flag Company is honored to have manufactured flags that have provided encouragement and support to our troops for over 75 years.
Stitched into every seam is the pride to honor the brave.
Every day, a Valley Forge U.S. flag honors a United States Veteran as he or she is laid to rest. We admire their bravery, and their commitment and service to this country. Valley Forge flags have draped the caskets of American Presidents for the last four decades, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Richard M. Nixon, and John F. Kennedy. We pay tribute to their service to our country and the leadership they provided.
Embroidered into every star is the idea to explore the unknown.
The challenge to this nation – to put a man on the moon, and then to bring him home safely – was the endeavor. As a nation, we responded with the fortitude, the strength, and the perseverance to successfully put many men on the moon. A Valley Forge flag was there with the Apollo missions, as well as later space shuttle missions. Designed with handcrafted beauty, every star is embroidered with the determination to pursue and conquer those great challenges before us.