What is the order of precedence for flags?
The correct order is US, then other nationality (always flown at the same height as the US flag), and then state flag. Section 7g of the Flag Code states: “When flags of two or more nations are displayed, they are to be flown from separate staffs of the same height.
What does the flag stand for?
The American flag has stood as a symbol of freedom and justice for over 225 years. Through wars and in times of peace, the sight of the American flag has given notice to foes and assurances to friends that democracy lives. No other symbol captures the power and glory of our nation like the American flag.
Who is on the POW MIA flag?
A silhouette of a prisoner of war (POW) before a guard tower and barbed wire in white on a black field. “POW/MIA” appears above the silhouette and the words “You Are Not Forgotten” appear below in white on the black field. “MIA” stands for “missing in action.”