US Navy Jack Flag
This is the Naval Jack of the United States. It consists of a field of thirteen alternating red and white horizontal stripes. A rattlesnake and the motto "Don't Tread On Me" are depicted on the flag. It was used for the US Bicentennial from October 13, 1975 to December 31, 1976, and again during the War of Terrorism stating on Sept 11, 2002. It originated during the American Revolution and was used from January 8, 1776 to June 14, 1777, however, there is little evidence that the snake and motto were used on the flag during that time[1].
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