You Are Not Forgotten
Created by the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia, the POW/MIA flag
has been a symbol of national concern for missing and captive military personnel for over 30 years. Originally developed to
commemorate those fighting in the Vietnam War, today it is a symbol for POW/MIAs in all U.S. Wars and is the only flag, aside
from the U.S. Flag, to have been flown over the White House.
In 1998, the 105th Congress passed the Defense Authorization Act that requires the POW/MIA flag to be flown by
military personnel on Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, National POW/MIA Recognition Day, and
Veterans Day. Proper flag etiquette states the flag should be flown underneath the U.S. Flag and/or any state flag, and must be
equal to or smaller in size to the flag above it. In addition to the days listed above, civilians and government officials are
encouraged to fly this flag any day of the year and it can often be seen on a daily basis in front of small businesses,
schools or city halls.
Minimum Order of $60 Required
"...as the symbol of our Nation's concern and commitment to resolving as fully as possible the fates
of Americans still prisoner, missing and unaccounted for..." - 101st Congress
Available in four different sizes to fit your space requirements. Select from heading and
grommets only, pole hem only, fringe only or pole hem and fringe together.
Constructed from heavy duty 200 denier nylon, finished with a canvas heading and grommets.
- UV Resistant Fabric.
- Canvas Heading with Brass Grommets.
- Optional Pole Hem & Fringe Finishing.
- Color Matched Thread.
- Full 1/4" Turn on All Seams.
- Chain Stitch on All Horizontal Seams.
- All Flags are quadruple stitched and back tacked (4 rows of stitching) at the fly hem.