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It’s the 228th birthday of the American flag. (Coincidentally, it’s the 230th birthday of the U.S. Army.)

The story of how Rick Monday saved the flag is must-read.

The NY Post highlights a battle between Big Apple bureacrats and patriotic city workers.

Allan Wall, writer and National Guardsman, reflects on the holiday from Iraq.

Here’s the U.S. Flag website.

Two vets remind us how not to treat the flag.

And here’s a very different reminder of how some people view our symbol of freedom.

Here’s another one.



The Danz Family has launched the Flag Project.

Keith Burgess-Jackson weighs in.

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