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US Marine Corps

United States Marines, USMC.

Since November 10, 1775, ours is a legacy of having each other’s back—and never backing down. On legendary battlefields like Guadalcanal, Chosin Reservoir, and Marjah in defense of our national interests. Through necessary actions back home, enabling our own struggling communities to thrive once more. Then and now, every Marine is a United States Marine, fighting through every circumstance to continue our Nation's advance.

Marines have carried several different flags since the American Revolution, but today's scarlet standard has been flown since 1939. Wherever it is displayed, in ceremonies and in communities, it serves as a distinctive symbol of the Marine fighting spirit—born from our American spirit. The flag features the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor emblems in gray and gold with an eagle carrying a ribbon in its beak that bears the motto Semper Fidelis. Scarlet and gold were established as the official colors of the Corps as early as 1925, and the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor emblem has appeared as part of Marine Corps iconography since 1868. The Marine Corps flag is flown at ceremonies and installations, presented by the All-Marine Color Guard, and hangs in the offices of the President of the United States, the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of the Navy, and the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

The indoor/parade version is bordered by a gold fringe while the outdoor version is plain. It measures 52 inches (130 cm) on the hoist and 62 inches (160 cm) on the fly.

The eagle should be a golden eagle and not a bald eagle. Some of our suppliers produce bald eagle Marine flags.