Respect the flag; time to retire this one


Found this flag in the neighborhood while running the dogs.

Remember this as an example of when to retire a flag, and replace it.

Worn or badly soiled flags that cannot be repaired should be retired and replaced. The tattered flag — or in this case, remnants — should be disposed preferably by fire, with honor.

2 Responses to Respect the flag; time to retire this one

  1. Kiwiwriter says:

    We had a flag like that in Branch Brook Park near where I live…it annoyed the heck out of me.

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  2. Oh. I hate to see flags like that too!

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