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Old 06-01-2019, 05:58 PM   #29
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Old 06-02-2019, 06:11 PM   #30
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Love your Flags and your intentions. We just celebrated my father-in laws 90th and he was a career Marine, wish we would have honored him the way you did. I normally have my flag out daily and know my Flag etiquette is not always spot on, but my intentions always are. Good job!!
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Great job on the flags Tom. Sorry we weren’t here to see them.
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Watched a reservist lower the colors from half staff recently at the armory. I turned around and found him inside. Asked him out so no one could hear me explain from half staff the flag is to be raised to full staff before being taken down.
I have also stopped at businesses and residences and offered a new flag if I could take the old tattered one for proper disposal.
Not retired military but a 100% disabled combat vet that has the highest respect for the flag.
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Old 06-06-2019, 10:05 PM   #33
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Capt John Our Flag means so much more then are national colors. Our family name and our American flag are very important to me and I bet the same for you. Thanks for the post.
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Old 06-07-2019, 09:53 PM   #34
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Our sons are 1st generation Americans. I never served, but have the highest respect and appreciation for those who have. Many of my closest friends have served in various branches, several retired.
Having come from a communist county, I appreciate VERY much what this country has to offer, and recognize that those of you who have served, are making it possible.
We display the flag 24/7 by or garage door (lighted), and I have a flag holder for my motorcycle.
I need to figure out the best way to make a flag holder for our MH... stay tuned :-)
Our sons have three tours between them, one still in the Army National Guard.
Keep up the spirit guys!!

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Old 06-08-2019, 10:13 PM   #35
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Amen Tranquil Jim His heart is in the right place. I ride with the Patriot Guard and as a ride captain we are required to adhere to flag protocol. And we get chastised a lot when we correct people, funeral homes cemeteries,etc. when we correct them. Especially when they lower the flag to half mast. But I have my Service Flag (USN) & American flag on pvc pipe that screws together and I drive rebar in ground. I display whenever we set up at campground. Thanks for all the patriotism displayed.
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