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How to Fly the United States Flag
10 Guidelines

1. The flag should be hoisted briskly and lowered ceremoniously.

2. The US flag should never allowed to touch the ground, floor, and water.

3. Always keep the American Flag free from roofs, trees or other obstacles that hinder its wave.

4. When hung over a sidewalk on a rope extending from a building to a pole, the union stars are always away from the building.

5. The flag of the United States of America should be at the center and at the highest point of the grope when a number of flags of states or localities or pennants of societies are groped and displayed from staffs.

6. Always keep the flag safe- never let it become torn, soiled or damaged.

7. Never fly the flag upside down except as a signal of distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.

8. The flag should never be displayed at half staff until noon on Memorial Day then raised to the top of he staff.

9. The flag can be flown every day from sunrise to sunset and at night if illuminated properly.

10. The american flag is never flown in bad weather except when using an all-weather flag.

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