US Flag Etiquette and History
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A brief video detailing common flag etiquette and usage as detailed by Chapter 1 of Title 4 of the United States Code, the Flag Code. The video was created as … .

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41 thoughts on “US Flag Etiquette and History | BWG

  1. Thank you for posting. I hang the flags correctly (three equal posts, US then Texas, then Business – left to right from view.) My bosses and locals that have called in to complain all claim it is incorrect, but none of them are bothered enough to actually bring up US Flag Code, or even do a quick youtube search. This video is another round into my information magazine.

  2. Thank you Joseph, excellent job ! Much appreciation from Cub Scout Pack 447 – Fremont, California. We will show the video tomorrow night during our Webelos II den meeting in meeting one of our requirements for Arrow of Light.

  3. Please help me out here if you can. When I was growing up, as I recall, all U.S. Flags had to be raised in the morning and lowered in the evening, i.e. at schools, businesses, and government buildings. Is that a correct recollection? If it is, when and how did the etiquette change so flags could be left up at all times as long as they are lighted during the dark?

  4. during a flag retirement ceremony, the flag should be folded like a triangle then placed into the fire. under no circumstances should the flag be cut into 2 or more pieces.

  5. The only comment I have is when it came to the standard design of the US flag, it was not done in 1934 but with EXECUTIVE ORDER, 1637, OCTOBER 29, 1912. It was finalized in 1916 by Executive Order 2390 until the creation of the 49 and then 50 star flags.

  6. Ok
    so im gona do this
    im gona get 4 flags
    1 will be americas Flag
    2 will br chinas flag
    3 will be Germanys flag
    4 will be mexicos flag

    Then i wil fly The flags in this order

    China
    Germany
    America
    Mexico

    anyways what will happen if i do that

  7. You are not up to date on the U.S. Flag Code…  Honorably Discharged Military Veterans are now authorized to honor the flag with the hand salute (even when in civilian clothes or uncovered).
    This change has not been publicized to a great degree, and (IN MY OPINION) should be.  It will set the honorably discharged veteran from persons who never served or who received less than honorable discharge.

  8. This is a phenomenal Eagle Scout project video. I am currently working on my Eagle project and am conducting a flag retirement ceremony that will be held as a community event tied in with the remembrance of September 11 (Patriot Day). Thank you for your contribution through this video. It has been very helpful as I have been planning my ceremony.

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