How does Army Celebrate the Armed Forces Day

April 13th, 2011 | Posted by MilitaryGifts in Military Gifts by Branch

Armed Forces Day is a day to pay tribute to men and women who serve the United States’ armed Forces. It combined celebrations for all five branches of the American military: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine and Coast Guard. This article our topic is Army.

Army and Armed Forces Day Parade

Many events across the United States take place on Armed Forces Day, for army, they are the main force of Armed Forces Day Parade.

The parade consists of military units, bands, color guards, veterans groups, drill teams, floats, and patriotic community organizations. It may also hold a role for propaganda purposes, as it is used to exhibit the apparent military strength of one’s nation.

Army Parade Set

You may be interested in knowing more about the Army Parade, the set includes a nylon flag with pole hem, and gold fringe. Also included is a plated ornament, gold cord and tassel, gold aluminum pole and gold floor stand.

Army and Armed Forces Day Flag

Wave your true colors with U.S. Army flag, adorned in white letters on a crimson ribbon, with the year 1775 proudly standing high. Fly the flag on Armed Forces Day is also great way to show army’s support and patriotism.

The US Army Flag was first adopted on June 12, 1956. Traditional Army flag is made of white silk and is embroidered with a blue design of the official War Office Seal. This seal represents the United States Army after it was put into action by an act of the Continental Congress on June 14, 1775.

Armed Forces Day Parade Plaques

Armed Force Day is also good time to show your appreciation and support to your troops. Say a warm and patriotic” Thank you” through your nice Armed Force Day Parade Plaque is very unique and perfect.

This is perfect appreciation gift for military, military spouse to help them remember the feature highlights of the show they found memorable while military family were in attendance.

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