The world hyperpower at the time of the Tyrum attack, the United American Commonwealth, while never recovering its hegemony, has remained a vibrant territory within the Greater Terran Union. The commissariat maintains a significant and multifaceted economy, with specializations in aerospace manufacturing, investment and banking, as well as agriculture. The product of settler colonialism itself, the UAC was among the first regions on the planet to incentivize non-human immigration. The commissariat was also the birthplace of the modern interventionist political theory. American representatives in the National Assembly have time and again been the fiercest voices in calling for war, while weapon systems manufactured in the commissariat have been adopted by every service branch within the Greater Terran Union.
The United Americas flag was adopted in 2154 and designed to incorporate the colors of the former United American Commonwealth, which itself was based on the flags of the former United States and Canada. While the colors originally had no symbolism beyond their historical connotations, they were ultimately defined in 2314. The white symbolizes purity and innocence, the red, hardiness and valor, and the blue symbolizes vigilance, resilience, and justice.
This 36”x60” wall flag is made of 100% polyester knit; equipped with grommets for an authentic look and feel. The flag is a one sided semitransparent print perfect for indoor applications. Indoor use is suggested to maximize the life of the flag.
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An excellent addition
It hangs proudly alongside my Greater Terran Union flag. Templin Institute was very helpful in giving me a shipping number when I inquired via email. Proud to be a citizen of the United Americas Commissariat, and proud to be a Terran. Terra Invicta!
I have wall decorations now.
As a proud citizen of the United Americas Commissariat, I knew I would need this as soon as I saw it. And I am not disappointed. It now hangs proudly in my office along with the flag of the GTU.