101st Airborne Flag
The 101st Airborne flag, commonly known as the Screaming Eagle Flag is one of the most recognizable symbols in the Army. The flag features an Eagle’s head region within a shield with the word “Airborne” printed above it. The entire flag has a black back ground and the insignia is in white, yellow and red.
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The 101st Airborne flag is an iconic symbol for the entire U.S Army Department. The Eagle featured on the Screamin Eagle flag was first part of the militia group known as the Eau Claire Badgers. The Eau Claire Badgers’ commanding officer at the time Captain John E Perkins, managed to buy himself the bald eagle from a man named Daniel Mccann of Eagle Point, Wisconsin. The militia company quickly adopted the name of Eau Claire Eagles and the bald eagle as their mascot. Perkin’s group then later became part of the federal service and were renamed Company C, 8th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The eagle mascot remained and the regiment was nicknamed the Eagle Regiment. At that same point the eagle was christened ‘Old Abe’ in honor of President Abraham Lincoln. Old Abe’s head, in profile, was adopted as the official insignia of the 101st Airborne division in 1921.
Our 101st Airborne flag is made of durable polyester material and is perfect for indoor and outdoor use. The flag measure 3’x5’, the standard flag size for an 8’ indoor flagpole or a 20’ outdoor flagpole. For more information about the 101st Airborne flag contact one of our expert staff members on (800)628-3524. Customer service is our number one priority and we pride ourselves on being able to help you decide on the best fitting product.
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