NAVY JACK MAGNETIC FLAGS NOW AVAILABLE!
As most of you know, the infamous 'DONT TREAD ON ME' naval ensign made its first appearance in the fall of 1775, onboard the Continental Fleet's flagship Alfred, as Commodore Esek Hopkins readied the Continental Navy for battle in the Delaware River. This striped ensign flown at their proper places was his signal to 'engage the enemy'. This first U.S. Navy Jack has traditionally been shown as consisting of 13 horizontal alternating red and white stripes with a superimposed rattlesnake and the motto 'Don't Tread on Me'. The rattlesnake had long been a symbol of resistance to British repressive acts in Colonial America and its display on the new jack of the fledging Continental Navy, fit naturally with the fervor of the times.
On 31 May 2002, the Secretary of the Navy has directed all U.S. naval ships to fly the First Navy Jack for the duration of the war on terrorism, starting beginning September 11, 2002 (Patriot Day). Here a sailor hoists the jack aboard one of our fast attack submarines, the USS Salt Lake City (SSN 716).
Well, if you want one, I got 'em! These 4" x 6" custom-made magnetic vinyl flags are now available for $7.50 each, shipping free throughout the continental US.
SAME-SIZE NON-MAGNETIC VINYL SELF-STICK DECAL - $5.00 EACH!
SAME-SIZE VINYL USA FLAG MAGNET - $7.50 EACH!
Just send check or money order to:
RAY STONE c/o NAVY JACK OFFER
6211 DUNTLEY COURT
SPRINGFIELD, VA 22152
and I'll get yours out right away.Incedently, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! If you don't like it, send it back for a full refund.