You’ve got your flag flying for Flag Day, right?
Flag Day is one of the least holiday-ish commemorative days on the U.S. calendar. I doubt anyone gets the day off. There are a few scheduled events, maybe a flag-raising, or a fly over.
Most of us go to work, we note a few more flags flying. That’s it.
Some newspapers and other news outlets take the opportunity to tell us flag history, or flag etiquette. Mostly Flag Day is a day for people say hurray for the flag!
That’s not bad.
What are other people doing and saying (beyond the other tragedies of the day)?
One of my favorite pictures from Mount Vernon, George Washington’s home. The flag is on a temporary pole — the view from the cupola is fantastic, but few ever get to see it.
How do you provide real, courtroom-worthy evidence that the Moon landings by Apollo really happened, that they were not hoaxes? You show the prints on the Moon. You show the flag that is still there:
Oh, that NASA History post:
Excellent post! Cheers for the Red, White and Blue! We are all under one flag!