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United States Patent D645,780
Smith ,   et al. September 27, 2011

United states all military services flag

Claims


CLAIM We claim the ornamental design for a United States all military services flag, as shown and described.
Inventors: Smith; Robert Leon (Woodbridge, VA), Smith; Dorothy Bennett (Woodbridge, VA)
Appl. No.: D/347,871
Filed: July 2, 2010

Current U.S. Class: D11/167
Current International Class: 1105
Field of Search: D11/165-170,184 D21/445,788,839 116/173-175 473/575

References Cited

U.S. Patent Documents
D9262 May 1876 Brown
D28373 March 1898 Speakman
D51465 November 1917 Reed
D52039 May 1918 Duff
D53293 May 1919 Creange
D53429 June 1919 Achor
D55113 May 1920 Allard
D111487 September 1938 Fazio
D128300 July 1941 McDonald
D133225 July 1942 Wiley
D133637 September 1942 Krawitz
D134583 December 1942 Hubin
D134632 December 1942 Woodward
D271678 December 1983 Hemphill
D292897 November 1987 Restrepo
D540712 April 2007 Simmons
D605975 December 2009 Rene
Primary Examiner: Acker; Karen S

Description



The sole FIGURE is a front view of the United States all military services flag of the present invention.

The broken line in the drawing represents a fold line.

White background, all caps in bold black lettering. Top of flag and centered is the wording, "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA." Below the wording, centered is the seal of our Commander-in-Chief of the Military. Just below the seal of the Commander-in-Chief of the Military, is the Gadsden Flag (Don't Tread on Me). Arrayed from left to right just below the seal of the Commander-in-Chief of the Military and the Gadsden Flag, in a slight wide "V" shape are the seals of all branches of our services. Three words arranged in a slight curve shape from top to bottom on the left side of all seals, reads from bottom to top "PROTECT WE SHALL." Three words arranged in a slight curve shape from top to bottom on the right side of all seals, reads from top to bottom "DEFEND WE MUST." On the bottom left centered is the word "HOME," and on the bottom right centered is the word "ABROAD."

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