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image located by Masao Okazaki, 15 December 2021
Photos of the actual flag can be seen in this newspaper article:
and on the town's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/581539875287414/photos/
Image above based on the website of flagmaker Carrot Top Industries.
Masao Okazaki, 15 December 2021
The flag of Warsaw contains the seal on a white field, but on the seal are
two other flags - the national flag of the US and a red over blue flag with a
white sketch on it. At the bottom of
https://www.townofwarsawnc.com/ is a clearer image of the seal alone where
it shows that the white arc has text on it, but it is illegible.
Rob Raeside 15 December 2021
It is not the county flag (Duplin County, North Carolina), which can be seen
and it is not the state flag either. However, I wonder if it is something with
their designation as having the most consecutive Veteran's Day parades in the
US? The city police use this seal as part of their badge, but without text.
Zachary Harden, 15 December 2021