The U.S. Air Force flag bears a coat of arms, thirteen white stars, and the Air Force Seal over a blue background. The stars, similar to the original U.S. flag, represent the original thirteen colonies that became the first states of the Union. Three of the stars clearly stand out, as they are intercepted by the eagle's wings; they represent the Departments of National Defense which include the Army, Navy and Air Force. Below the crest of the flag is the famous American bald eagle over a cloud-like formation, which symbolizes creation of a new firmament. Similar to the U.S. Marine Corps flag, there are two versions of the flag. The U.S. Air Force flag was adopted by President Harry Truman in March of 1951 and since then no major adjustments have ever been made to it.
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