Honor Thy Flag, How to Fly A Flag Properly

I hope many of you are flying your flags high and proudly this Memorial weekend. Celebrating with friends, family, or visiting the grave of a loved one who’s given their life for our country.

I bought this little book years are for my husband. Frankly, I didn’t know flying a flag had rules. I’m only going to share a glimpse of the book.

Photo by Tim Mossholder on Pexels.com
To show respect for the flag don’t let it touch anything below it such as ground, floor, or water.
If hanging multiple flags, the American flag always first.
Unless you have an all-weather flag with a light shown on it, you need to take it down during nighttime.
Your flag should stay inside if raining, snowing or the wind is blowing could tear your flag.

Memorial Day(half staff until noon)


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