Thursday, April 17, 2003

Flag etiquette


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• The flag of the United States should never touch the ground.

• When flying at half-staff, it should be hoisted to the peak before being lowered to half-staff.

• When displaying a flag vertically, the union (field of stars) should be to the viewer's upper left. It should be displayed the same way when in a window.

• When flying with other flags, no other flag should be higher than the U.S. flag.

• When displayed on a wall with other flags, the U.S. flag should always be to the viewer's left, and its staff should be in front of the staffs of the other flags.




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