We make custom guidons and can mount them in a custom frame.
What is a guidon?
For the Army As described in Chapter 6 of Army Regulation 840-10, guidons are swallow-tailed marker flags in branch-of-service colors, measuring 20 inches at the hoist by 27 inches at the fly, with the swallow-tail end forked 10 inches.
Did you know the first Army guidon is believed to have come to the military in 1834 with the first cavalry units called dragoons?
Contact us about making your custom guidon.
We can ship worldwide. If you are local to the Fort Drum NY area, stop in Bradley's in Evans Mills and head to the back right corner of the store and see a Bradley's Custom department sales associate for assistance.