American Made Flag Display Cases
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All Combination Flag Case Sets
Veterans Day is November 11 and Christmas Day is December 25. This year, give a gift that matters and will last a lifetime.
Personalized engraved flag display case combination sets, military veteran cremation urns and flag display cases are the perfect gift or memorial for veterans and for all who have served our country ... Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Navy, law enforcement, fire fighters or any other public servant.
Flag Display Case Combination Sets
Flag Display Cases and Frames
Veteran Cremation Urns
American Made for American Heroes is family owned and operated. We are a proud family of Army, Coast Guard and Marine Corps veterans.
We salute all veterans and active duty military.
Why choose an imported flag case frame for your American hero? Our American made flag display cases, flag case combination sets and military veteran cremation urns are made in the USA in the mountains of North Carolina.
For more than 30 years, our skilled craftsmen have taken deep pride in their quality work for our veterans, heroes and their families. We select beautiful hardwoods, cut and sand each piece to exact dimensions, then we carefully join each piece with the best North Carolina furniture making techniques. A multi-step finishing process ensures that your American made flag display case, urn or memorabilia display box will be an heirloom for generations.
Honor Our Veterans ... the Living and the Fallen
Did You Know?
- Memorial Day was Monday May 30, 2016 and is always the last Monday in May. This day honors those who have died in all American wars.
- Flag Day was Tuesday June 14, 2016.
- Gold Star Mother's Day is Sunday September 25, 2016. Learn more about Gold Star Mothers.
- Veterans Day is Friday November 11, 2016. This day honors all those who served honorably in the military - in wartime or peacetime.
- Saturday, December 17, 2016 is National Wreaths Across America Day. Learn more about Wreaths Across America.
- The VA reports that our World War II vets are dying at a rate of approximately 500 each day. This means there are approximately only 855,000 veterans remaining of the 16 million who served our nation in World War II.
- 2011 marked the 60th anniversary of the Korean War. Millions of these veterans are alive today.
- The U.S. Census counts 8 million + Vietnam Era Veterans. More than 2 million have served or continue to serve in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.
- The law requires that every eligible Veteran receive a military funeral honors ceremony, to include folding and presenting the United States burial flag and the playing of Taps.
Future generations will only know who they are when they understand the story of where past generations have been.