U.S. Army Air Corps Flag (USAAC) - 3x5'


The United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) is the predecessor of the United States Air Force. It operated as part of the Department of the Army until 1947 when the USAAC was abolished and officially replaced by the Department of the United States Air Force. During the existence of the USAAC, the Hap Arnold symbol, as seen on this flag, was the official emblem. While no longer the official symbol of the Air Force, the Hap Arnold symbol is still synonymous with the United States Air Force and widely used and recognized.

  • 3x5'
  • Nylon
  • Digitally printed, single-reverse
  • Header & grommet
  • Made in USA

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A big shout out for an older purchase from Gettysburg Flag Works; the Army Air Corps flag from WW2. My Dad's era. Special meaning for me. So Thank you again.
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Glad to finally find the Army Air Corp Flag
American Legion Post 16 goes to the New Orleans Airport (MSY) to greet WWII Veterans that the Gary Sinise Soaring Valor Foundation bring to New Orleans to take to the WWII Museum. This Foundation does this with American Airlines with no cost to the Veteran. They bring them from all the 48 states. 1st day travel, 2nd day visit the museum, 3rd day return flight. Post 16 brings all the branch flags, however a large percent were in the Army Air Corp. Now we can display that flag when they arrive at MSY. We will meet the next group on July 25, 2018.
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