The Air Force Frames from Flags
Connections will show off a flag
and medals of service in the United States Air Force.
I said, `The flag
to me, (my) flag
, means my whole life,''' Herrera, 83, said afterwards.
Afterwards, the flag
"was placed in the hands of Colonel Gregg" and then "cheer after cheer went up both from the Regiment and the assembled spectators.
Brady, chairman of the Citizens Flag
Alliance, tied the flag
-burning amendment to a series of other long-sought Religious Right goals.
There are seasonal flags
like the Toronto Maple Leaf's flag
that flies until the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs most years, and white flags
that are presented when you surrender.
David "Scott" Gray, 89 Airlift Wing Commander) for your generous introduction; and thank you for inviting me to join you, General Severson, General Germann, Team Andrews, our honored veterans, civic leaders and the entire community in honoring our flag
on the 227th anniversary of its adoption by the Continental Congress.
This first unofficial, standardized, national flag
was the first red and white, 13-stripe flag
In Korea, the sickly blue UN banner was displayed alongside the Stars & Stripes, and--in an act of unspeakable blasphemy--Americans were buried in coffins draped with the UN flag
In essence, the broadcast flag
is a bit of code that would be recognized by A/V equipment when a digital stream is received--via a television, settop box, audio player or other broadcast device.
In some Catholic parishes, of course, the flag
has always been around, placed in a corner of the sanctuary or flying in front of the church building.
Debate/Discussion: Next, weigh the conflicting claims that the Confederate battle flag
represents (a) a racist regime that was defending slavery, or (b) a region's brave struggle for independence.
Like a one-dimensional flag
in a two-dimensional breeze, the thread waved.