U.S. Flag - Free

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JayGee
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Thanks for the flowing flag design.
It is greatly appreciated and will be used.
All of the designs I've noted were either strictly rectangles or had something on top of the flag.

SteveNelson46
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Re: U.S. Flag - Free

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Nice job, Ted
Steve

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TReischl
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Re: U.S. Flag - Free

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JayGee wrote:Thanks for the flowing flag design.
It is greatly appreciated and will be used.
All of the designs I've noted were either strictly rectangles or had something on top of the flag.
Everyone: You are welcome.

JG: Yup, I noticed the same thing about something always being parked on top of the flag. This way we can park our own stuff on top of it now.

I am thinking of making a fairly large one, about 42 inches long for the 4th of July to display in front of the house. Thinking about putting that eagle on it. The eagle would be painted gold, maybe. Have to see.
"If you see a good fight, get in it." Dr. Vernon Jones

Daniel S
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Thanks for the file. I have made some flags with dog tags for my buddies I served with in Vietnam, they will like the new version you have created.
Dan

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dwilli9013
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Thanks Ted, you dah man.
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