Proper Disposal of American Flags
If your American flag has recently become dirty, stained or tattered, it needs to be properly disposed. While burning the flag is considered an expression of freedom and offensive to some, it is actually the prescribed method for disposal in the U.S....
One means of collecting American flags for disposal. .... same height, the position
of honor is to the flag's right, per code 7(f), which make this a proper display.
Learn more about flag etiquette, flag disposal, flag codes and flag education in ...
a patriotic effect is desired the flag may be displayed 24-hours a day if properly ...
How to Dispose of a Damaged American Flag. ... If you're unsure how to properly
fold a flag, consult our guide or visit the Veterans of Foreign Wars website for ...
To show proper
respect for the Stars and Stripes, you can retire the flag
with dignity by bringing it to an American
Legion post. John Sardiello Post 1634 hosts a flag
drop-off program where you can leave your old American flags
and they will be destroyed with dignity ... More »
I recently took a Flag Etiquette Quiz at another site. One of the questions
concerned proper disposal of the American flag. The question was “How should
How do you properly retire a worn American Flag? The most common way is by
burning. The Ceremony for Disposal of Unserviceable Flags was approved ...
The purpose of The American Legion in adopting this ceremony was to
encourage proper respect for the Flag of the United States and to provide for
disposal of ...
Sep 8, 2014 ... A popular way to retire a worn-out American Flag is by burning it. Page 76 of the
BSA ... Put the flag in a container and dispose of it properly.
Jan 21, 2014 ... In this video I show ho I retired my american flag after some strong winds ripped it
to shreds. It lasted about 4 years.