Wooden Betsy Ross Flag
Flag is exactly what I wanted. This is my second wooden flag from FOV and very happy with both.
The Betsy Ross (Midway size) is far better than you can imagine. Truly a piece of meaningful art.
The Betsy Ross (Midway size) is probably my favorite FOV that I have purchased. Stunning details, brilliant colors, fine craftsmanship. Looks perfect over my fireplace. A must have for all history loving American patriots!
Outstanding Made in the USA quality and customer service - thank you!
We will never stop giving back...having raised over $1M for veteran and public service charities. All of this is possible because of the outpouring of love from our supporters.
The Story Behind the Names.
Read About the Military Events that Inspired the Betsy Ross Series.
The Jimmy Doolittle, our 13 star small wooden American flag, commemorates the brave men who took part in the daunting assault on Tokyo, Japan during World War II. On 18 April 1942, sixteen Army Air Corps B-25 bombers took off from the USS Hornet for a first of its kind bomber assault on mainland Japan. They flew under the passionate leadership of Jimmy Doolittle and overcame immense odds to strike a decisive psychological blow.
Our "Midway" Betsy Ross rustic wood flag tells a story about those who served in the Pacific Theater. In June of 1942, the United States Navy demonstrated the overwhelming power that can be achieved through the combination of exceptional intelligence gathering, planning, and military execution. Only six months after the horrific attack on Pearl Harbor, the US Navy dealt a devastating blow to the Japanese navy when they subverted a Japanese attack through pre-emptive action. The "Midway" wooden 13 star American flag commemorates these men's courage and triumph in the turmoil that surrounded the initial days of the war in the Pacific.
The "Iwo Jima" is our large wooden Betsy Ross flag, also made by veterans. This 13 colonies flag commemorates the 5 week relentless battle in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. From 19 February to 26 March 1945, over 110,000 Marines, Navy Corpsmen, and Army Airmen participated in the unceasing action to take the strategic island. Its significance is often seen in the iconic photograph and monument of US Marines raising the flag atop Mount Suribachi.