The Army's Proud Banner

Harris, Denise
June 2006
Soldiers;Jun2006, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p34
This article features the flags used by the U.S. Army in its operations. The use of flags stem from ideas and practices dating back to the Revolutionary War. The purposes of the use of flags are stated, including to foster esprit de corps. Moreover, this article features the flags used by the Army in the Iraq War and the War on Terrorism.


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