The Department of Health and Human Services flag features the HHS seal on the center of the flag. The seal is filled with symbolic significance and features two outer yellow curve lines taking the shape of a spread eagle and two more yellow lines nested within the ‘wings’ of the eagle. The nested yellow lines are curved to take the shapes of human faces. The logo symbolizes the American people sheltered by the wings of the American eagle, suggesting the Department’s responsibility for the American people.
The outdoor HHS flags come with a durable header and grommets to be attached to outdoor flagpole ropes with snap hooks. The indoor flags are finished with a pole sleeve for use with our indoor flagpoles and parade poles. The outdoor flags are available in a 3’x5’, 4’x6’ and a 5’x8’ size. The indoor flags are available in a 3’x5’ size for 8’ poles and a 4’x6’ best suited for our 9’ indoor poles. Both indoor flags can also be used with our Majestic™ telescopic flagpoles. Official agency flags have to be sized to a ratio of 1:1.9 and are custom made upon request with embroidered HHS seals. For a quote on a official flag contact one of our flag experts at (800)628-3524. Our in-house experts have a wealth of knowledge about all of our products and are willing to help find the best solution.
*INTENDED FOR PURCHASE BY FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES ONLY.
For more information about the Department of Health and Human Services flag or seal visit the HHS official website.
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