The Blue Star Service Banner was designed and patented in 1917 by World War I Army Capt. Robert L. Queissner. If the individual symbolized is killed or dies while serving the star representing that individual will have superimposed on it a gold star of smaller size so that the blue forms a border. On flags displaying multiple stars, including gold stars, when the flags are suspended as against a wall, the gold star(s) will be to the right of, or above the blue star(s) a place of honor nearest the staff. (Made in the U.S.A.)
|Product Type||Flags > Military Flag|
|Product Origin||Made in the U.S.A.|
|Flag Size||12x18 inch|
|Flag Finishing||Brass Grommets|
|Display Type||Outdoor Flag|
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