The First Navy Jack flag is excellent for indoor and outdoor use.
One of the first flags flown by our Navy, believed to have flown aboard the flagship of the newly commissioned Continental fleet, in January, 1776. This flag features thirteen red and white stripes, along with the rattlesnake and "Don't tread on me" slogan, both of which were becoming powerful symbols for the early colonists, indicating their courage and fierce desire for independence.
Update Sep 11, 2002 The U.S. Navy is ordering its fleet to fly this "Don't Tread on Me" flag aboard all its vessels. Navy Secretary Gordon England says this flag "represents an historic reminder of the nation's and Navy's origin and will to persevere and triumph."