The USA flag, just like any flag representing a nation, has a unique design. Every detail on the flag helps build an emblem that distinguishes the US from other countries. The USA flag is created in varying sizes, but the specific “G-spec” is for flags used by the US government.
The US flag contains three colors: dark red, white and navy blue. Each of these colors is vibrantly displayed on the flag in the shape of stars or stripes. They also stand for something: red symbolizes hardiness and valor, white symbolizes purity and innocence, and blue represents vigilance, perseverance and justice. The flag has thirteen horizontal stripes alternating between red and white. A navy blue rectangle in the upper left corner of the flag contains fifty white stars, each arranged in nine rows. These fifty stars represent the fifty states of the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii. The latest version of the flag was designed in 1958 by Robert G. Heft, who first submitted it as a school project.
The USA flag has a unique design and has been used as decoration for many events. Often times the flag is further decorated with additional features such as golden fringes. Any ornaments added to the banner must not alter the standard design of the flag.
The USA flag is used at ceremonies, parades, local and nationwide. Often you will find vendors selling small flags to the public on national days and during holidays. The USA flag has a unique design that represents a nation and should instill a sense of pride in anyone holding it. It is very inspiring to see a crowd of people waving the USA flag in unison as they celebrate a national event together.