The Flag of Guam majestically portrays its people’s faithful commitment to passing their heritage, culture and language to an endless sea of future generations. Located in the Pacific Ocean east of the Philippines, Guam is home to the Charmoru, a resilient people who have survived famine, natural disasters, wars and genocide. The word Guam means “we have”. The Guam flag displays the territory’s coat of arms in a blue field which signifies the people’s connection with the sea. The shape of the seal is that of a Chamorro sling stone used for warfare and hunting. The scene within the Guam Seal depicts the aftermath of a disastrous typhoon which destroyed the island’s naval yard leaving only a single coconut tree in its aftermath. The bent tree, growing in unfertile sand, symbolizes self-sustenance and the determination of the Chamorro to survive under any circumstances. The proa, or canoe, reflects the skill of the Charmoru. The red border of the seal pays tribute the blood shed during World War II and the Spanish occupation.
Guam Flags are available in a variety of fabrics and sizes. Outdoor nylon Guam flags, made with our exclusive Beacon Nylon, feature a durable nylon, which dries quickly and flies in the slightest breeze. Outdoor Patriarch polyester Guam flags are constructed with extra tough polyester made to withstand the harsh elements of wind and weather.
Indoor Guam flags are fashioned with our high quality Beacon nylon and are finished with an open sleeve and luxurious gold fringe. Pair the indoor Guam flag with your choice of flag pole to create the perfect look or for use in a parade. Mini 4”x6’ flags and miniature 8’x12’ flags come with a black plastic dowel attached and make great gifts or keepsakes.