Thursday, June 23, 2016

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

A True Classic...Get a Detailed Breakdown of Everybody's Favorite Pants

In our most recent Product Breakdown, Rothco examines one of our most popular items. The BDU Pant

But you don't have to take our word on it see what The Daily Shooter had to say about the pants. 

Friday, June 17, 2016

Fight Against the Bite! Rothco's Summer Guide To Insect Protection

As the warm weather approaches, the concern for protecting yourself from insects, including mosquitoes and ticks becomes ever more important. Insects can carry a wide range of diseases including West Nile, Encephalitis, Lyme Disease and the Zika Virus. So, whether you are outside camping or at a BBQ, it is important you have the right gear to guard yourself against insects.

Wearing insect repellent is the most efficient way to prevent diseases spread by mosquitoes according to the C.D.C.  Mosquito resistant netting and tents are also essential for anyone camping or spending time outdoors in mosquito weather. Luckily Rothco carries a large line of netting and insect repellent that will help protect you against insects including mosquitos and ticks this summer. 

Here Is a List Of Items That Will Your Fight Against the Bite:

Insect Netting Hats: 

Insect Repellent: 

Insect Netting:

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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

This Day in History: June 14th

Don't Have a Flag for Flag Day? Rothco's Got You Covered
June 14th holds historical significance in the United States for two reasons; today marks Flag Day, a commemoration of the adoption of the U.S. Flag, as well as the birthday of the U.S. Army. President Woodrow Wilson instituted Flag Day in 1916 to celebrate the United States flag the Continental Congress adopted in 1777. June 14th must have been a good day to make important decisions, as two years earlier the Continental Congress founded the American Continental Army. So here are a few things you might not have known about United States Army’s birthday and Flag Day:
  • Pennsylvania was the first state to celebrate Flag Day.
  • Flag Day actually marks the beginning of a 21 day period called “Honor America Days” ending on the 4th of July.
  • While June 14th was proclaimed Flag Day, it is not a national holiday but is treated as a holiday in certain areas of the United States.
  • The United States Army wasn’t called the “United States Army” until 1796; it was previously called the Continental Army, the Regular Army, and the Legion of the United States.
  • Originally, the Continental Congress authorized just 10 companies of riflemen.
  • The Congress had wished for secrecy when forming the American Continental Army and so there are very few journal entries from the Continental Congress that day.

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