U.S. Veterans By The Numbers

Veterans Day, which is observed each year on November 11, is an opportunity to not just think of those who perished in times of war, but to thank those veterans who are still alive today. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, that accounts for more than 18 million Americans, the majority of whom served during… continue

Decorating With Flags

How to Decorate for Veterans Day

Front of home decorated with American flags, pleated fans and a fence with bunting

Veterans Day is observed annually on November 11 in honor of all who have served in the United States military. Although sometimes confused with Memorial Day, Veterans Day is an opportunity to thank not just those who perished in times of war, but the more 18 million veterans who are still alive today. Veterans Day… continue


Historic Event to Commemorate the 75th Anniversary of D-Day

Skydiver with American Flag

On June 6, 1944, more than 150,000 American, British and Canadian military forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the Normandy coastline in France. Known as D-Day, the Normandy landings marked a decisive turning point in World War II, often referred to as the beginning of the end. To commemorate the 75th… continue

History Lessons

Grandma was a Gold Star Mother

By MariAgnes Malkonian Saluting my Gold Star Mother Grandmother, Agnes Cervo Stevens, who were she still alive, would be 111 years old! Grandma was tall, with blue eyes and blonde hair and I am honored to be her namesake. Agnes was many things. She was a wife and mother of four children, including my Mom-… continue


Top 6 Holiday Gifts for Veterans from Gettysburg Flag Works

Looking for unique holiday gifts for the Veterans in your life? We searched high and low for the best gifts out there. We made a list and checked it twice! Here are our top 6 best-selling military themed Christmas gifts that vets will actually love: 1. Christmas Edition Battle-Tough American Flag Our Christmas Edition Battle-Tough… continue