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American Made Flag Display Cases

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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.

Display and preserve your veteran's flag, military decorations and photos in an engraved heirloom quality, solid wood, American made flag display case that you can customize with personal engraving and service medallion.

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American Made for American Heroes is family owned and operated and American Made in North Carolina. We are a proud family of Army, Coast Guard and Marine Corps veterans. We salute all veterans and active duty military.

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.

If you have a flag presented at a veteran's funeral that is languishing in the closet or drawer in a vinyl bag, make 2017 the year that you honor the veteran's service by displaying that flag properly and proudly.

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Just added ... new American flag display cases for retirement, new citizens, end of service or deployment

Honor Our Veterans ... the Living and the Fallen

  • The VA reports that our WWII vets are dying at a rate of approximately 500 each day. Only 620,000 veterans remaining of the 16 million who served in WWII.

  • Approximately 5.7 million Veterans served in the Korean War and 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.