SANTI, California – As more traditional Remembrance Day ceremonies to honor those killed in military service in 2021, so do reminders of the right way to display stars and lines in Santi and across America.
The American flag of Remembrance Day, which falls on Monday this year, May 31, must first be flown in half, as in other times of national mourning.
In: US flag code is specific to how it should be raised եց lowered և how long it should stay lowered during the day.
Remembrance Day The flag must be raised quickly Stay there until the top’s, until it is slowly lowered to half the staff position where it stays until noon. The flag is then quickly raised to the top, where the Old Glory remains until sunset, when it slowly descends.
That’s one A powerful piece of symbolism“Until noon, the flag is flown at half-staff in memory of those killed in the nation’s war.” For the rest of the day, it flies full և high with greetings to the living veterans.
The tradition dates back to the 20th century, Clark Rogers, executive director of the National Flag Foundation, told Live Science. “Because the nation lives and the flag “It is a symbol of enlightenment,” he said, explaining how raising a flag in the afternoon symbolizes the nation’s perseverance in the face of losses.
In the San Diego area 121st Remembrance Ceremony և Remembrance Day San Diego Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery will be held due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
At Des ceremonies, the flag should be “hung in a vertical union (blue field of stars) from north to east-west streets or east to south-south streets,” the flag code reads. It shall be displayed on the boats only to the crew և “shall not be wrapped in the hood, top, sides or back of a car or train or boat” in accordance with the Code.
“When the flag is displayed on a vehicle, the crew must be firmly attached to the chassis or pressed to the right forearm.”
Proper conduct is equally important in cemeteries and other places of remembrance. When raising the flag:
- Audiences who are not in military uniform should stand in front of the flag, stand in the spotlight, put their hands on their hearts.
- Those in uniform should give a proper military salute.
- A person who does not have a uniform but wears a hat should remove it with his right hand and hold it on his left shoulder, his palm resting on his heart.
- Participants who are not US citizens should pay attention.
- When the flag moves in the column, it is appropriate for all persons to greet it as it passes.
For flags placed in front of the house, window or balcony, a crepe cream flow can be attached to the wand under the flag spearhead – a gold ball or spear ornament at the top, according to media mogul Martha Stewart. On a standard size flag, the crepe should not be wider than one foot.
In windows or walls, the flag should be displayed with the union stars to the right of the flag or to the left of the observer, according to the flag code.
In any case, the flag must be in a clean state, not torn, torn, that its red, white bars, union (blue field of stars) are bright and vibrant. If the flag is no longer suitable for display, place it correctly, preferably during a solemn burning. US Legion’s positions այլ Other groups of veterans often hold flag-raising ceremonies.
If a flagpole is placed on the flagpole, the flag code says that the Old Glory must be the highest that has been raised among other flags, with one exception. For naval personnel during church service at sea, church cigarettes may be hoisted above the flag.
By Patch Editor Tim Moran