Back to the Beginning with the American Widow Project

Thanks to the unbelievable support Flags Of Valor has received since we opened our doors in 2015, we have had the opportunity to support and participate in a wide range of wonderful, powerful and truly impactful events.  On behalf of our entire team, I am incredibly grateful for each of these opportunities.  

Something truly touching happened recently.  On Friday 19 May, I spent an evening with the American Widow Project at their retreat in North Carolina.  Visiting with these incredible women, each having experienced the profound sadness of losing a spouse in service to our Nation.  

It was during our conversations that the memory of delivering our first flag two years ago came rushing back. That first delivery was to the widow of a fallen soldier.

That experience, in 2014, left a permanent mark on me.  Though the feeling from that experience has been difficult to put into words, it has not been difficult to put into action.  Replicating that specific feeling, from those 15 minutes sharing the grief of a fallen soldier's spouse, is THE reason Flags Of Valor "Gives Back".  

We, Flags of Valor, will always Give Back.  Each day, through our actions, we will continue to honor and remember all who serve and sacrifice to defend our freedom and our way of life. 

Thank you so much for your continued support of our company and our mission.


Founder - Flags of Valor




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  • I like your flags a lot I was in Viet Nam in 1967 I will get one very soon. Thank you JIM Bell.

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  • Thank you for your message. Please know that although I am so excited to receive my order of one of your beautiful flags, I sincerely want you to know I understand completely that it will take more time. No rush…I’m so happy for the increased exposure for your business and your mission. Blessings to you all, Terry Cameron

    Terry Cameron on
  • Thank you for your services and god bless you all and your famliys i have a nefue and uncles /cousins who have seviced

    Clovis BILLIOT on
  • Brian, the night of the TV broadcast, I ordered the “Vietnam” remembrance flag. My Paypal included the tax, but did not include the inscription. I know that you are overloaded with orders now but I do want the inscription. When you get a chance, let me know where to send a check. The inscription should read: First line Should have Naval Aviators Wings; Second line “John Compton French Jr U S Navy”; third line " 30 Years Of Doing It Right" fourth line 1962 to 1992 I flew from five different aircraft carriers during the Vietnam War and with God as my wingman, always made it back. Thank you for all of your tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. You, and your friends at FOV are a true patriots. Best Wishes to you all also FOV

  • Thank you for your service, and thank you for all that you continue to do.

    Mary Ellen Kachanis on

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