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Dec. 7, 1941 - Pearl Harbor Killed: 2,403 September 11 Families News Sep. 11, 2001 - WTC/Pentagon/PA Killed: 2996
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July 4th Patriotic Music new item ani gif
Our Flag Story of our "Star Spangled Banner" A Speaker GIF Image.
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Pledge of Allegiance A Speaker GIF Image.
Red Skelton & John Wayne
Bob Hope
Patriot & Honorary Veteran

Flag Day is June 14th.
   In the United States, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14.
   It commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened that day by resolution of the Second Continental Congress in 1777.
   In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that officially established June 14 as Flag Day; in August 1949, National Flag Day was established by an Act of Congress.
   Flag Day is not an official federal holiday, though on June 14, 1937, Pennsylvania became the first (and only) U.S. state to celebrate Flag Day as a state holiday.
   36 U.S.C., § 110 is the official statute on Flag Day, however it is at the President's discretion to proclaim officially the observance. ( from Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_Day_in_the_United_States  )

    Our Flag - TOC: Old Glory - One Nation Under God
  1. Particular days of Display (src: Wikipedia)
  2. Days to be flown at Half-Mast / half staff (federal guidelines, src: Wikipedia)
  3. Do you know American Flag Etiquette? source: American Flag Info: USA Flag Site, Patriotic pictures - All things American new item ani gif
  4. Flag Etiquette
  5. Flag Etiquette (alt, src: Disabled American Veterans)
  6. Respect the Flag
  7. American Flag, Ritual for a worn out Flag (alt, src: Disabled American Veterans)
  8. U.S. Flag Lesson Plan
  9. Flag News (mrflag.com)
  10. Flag News (flagwire.com)
  11. Guidelines for Displaying
  12. Its History, Display & Care
  13. I Am The Flag (Rocky & Shirl's)
  14. I Am Your Flag (Operation Mom)
  15. Flag Day 14June-U.S. Holidays
  16. Flag Day Lesson Plan (14 June)
  17. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
  18. June 14, Flag Day - Related Days
    1. Flag Rules, Regulations, Etiquette
      (link src: http://www.armstrongflag.com)
    2. U.S. Code
      1. Patriotic & National Observances
      2. Service flag and service lapel button
      3. Flag Day
      4. National Flag Week
      5. Parades, assemblages, and display of flags in the Supreme Court Building and grounds
      6. Pledge of Allegiance
      7. Use of flag for advertising purposes; mutilation of flag
      8. Display and use of flag by civilians; codification of rules and customs; definition
      9. Respect for flag
    3. U.S. Army Regulation 840-10 [PDF Acrobat format]
    4. U.S. Navy Flag Regulations Navy NTP-13B [.pdf Adobe Acrobat format]
    5. U.S. Marine Corps Order P10520.3B, Marine Corps Flag Manual [.pdf]
    6. Where the flag flies 24 hours a day
    7. How to fold the Flag of the United States
  19. The Flag, [Our] Symbol of Freedom
  20. American History, The Flag & Pledge
  21. Title 18USC700, Chapter 33; Crimes:
        Desecration of the Flag of the U.S. (src)
  22. United States Code Title 36, Chapter 10: Patriotic Customs, Anthem & Flag
  23. U.S. Code: Title 4, Chapter 1 - The Flag
  24. US Flag Code (alt, src: Disabled American Veterans)
  25. links to Flag Information on the Web
  26. Why the American Flag is folded the way It is.
  27. Flag Facts, History, Etiquette (src: niceflag.com)
  28. History of the United States of America's Flag
    (authentic flags replicas, America's History, Charles L. and Rosemary F. Kissel collection)
  29. origins of 'The red, white and blue' of the American flag
    (quote, "..a canton of blue "surcharged with thirteen white stars forming a new constellation in the firmament of nations." )
  30. US Flag Facts & color specifications (US Emb.,UK)
    (link src w/American Flag Images (including print ready)
  31. U.S. Vexillology (Flags of the World at CRW Flags online)
  32. Flags of the American War for Independence (src: NSSAR)
  33. Flag Days, Etiquette, Care, Folding, Half-Staff, disposal'n more (capitalflags.com)
  34. Print-Ready Flags
  35. U.S. Flag Graphics
  36. Animated US & State Flags
  37. Small Desktop Flag
  38. Printable Flag Images
  39. American Flags: National/Historical
  40. (src: US, State & Districts, Territories, Possessions Guide)
  41. U.S. Flag Screen Saver, Win
  42. U.S. Flag Screen Saver, Mac
  43. + U.S. Military/POW Flag Screen Savers + 3D U.S. Flag Screen Saver
  44. All Things American Flag (source: TheFlagPole.com)
  45. U.S. & State Flag Images
  46. src: Rezn8 & src: usflag.org
  47. Our "Ragged Old Flag" - What It's been through. A Speaker GIF Image.
    Right-click then open, to learn about it
    (narration/song by Johnny Cash, Lyrics (The Song of the Patriot,
    "The Song of the Patriot" written during the Vietnam era, and recorded by Johnny Cash (with Marty singing harmony), written by Marty Robbins/Shirl Milete)

    (src: Chef Bill's Cajun Country)
  48. On the "Star Spangled Banner" by Francis Scott Key, Isaac Asimov's: "No Refuge Could Save" short story (includes all four stanzas, in formatted HTML)
  49. On the "Star Spangled Banner" by Francis Scott Key, Isaac Asimov's: "No Refuge Could Save" short story (includes all four stanzas, in plain text format)
  50. Beetle Bailey's Flag Salute (.swf)
    by Mort Walker for the USO
    [Download Macromedia Flash & Shockwave (.swf) Players]
  51. U.S. Flags by Year: (1776-1819) (1820-1860) (CSA) (1862-Present)
  52. The History of Memorial Day
  53. Confederate Flags
  54. Confederate Stars and Bars
  55. Flags of the Confederacy (FOTC)
    Confederate Memorial Day was origin of Federal Memorial Day
  56. Confederate Memorial Day: Georgia
  57. Many Southern states have their own days for honoring the Confederate dead. Mississippi celebrates Confederate Memorial Day the last Monday of April, Alabama on the fourth Monday of April & Georgia on April 26. North & South Carolina observe it May 10, Louisiana on June 3 & Tennessee calls that date Confederate Decoration Day. Texas celebrates Confederate Heroes Day January 19 & Virginia calls the last Monday in May Confederate Memorial Day.
    AL 29Apr, FL GA 25Apr Sat/28 Mon MS 26Apr, NC SC 10May, Va 27/30May, KY LA MS 3Jun, TX 19Jan, MOA Speaker GIF Image.
    Civil War Poetry & Music '61-'65 & the
  58. Confederate Flag pencil and paper icon
  59. World's Flags Database
  60. Rumsfield: Veterans Day 2001 7Nov03 small TV set imageA Speaker GIF Image.
  61. November 11th Proclamation
    President Bush Honors America's Veterans 11Nov03
Read a History of the U.S. National Anthem text narrative
(Also here, read Isaac Asimov's story about our (U.S.A.) Anthem.)
Hear it sung by Valerie Ash, Crozier, VAlisten now small animated speaker (.ram)

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  • History of the Pledge of Allegiance source: Home of Heroes
  • Pledge of Allegiance pencil and paper icon
    For Boys and Girls of All Ages
  • Pledge of Allegiance Commentary (src: USFlag.org) & Red's recitation with text A Speaker GIF Image. (src: Spirit is Up)
    by Red Skelton (1913-1997) & his story 1945-1952 pencil and paper icon
    A Speaker GIF Image. To HEAR Red, Click a speaker or play button. A Speaker GIF Image. (391KB)
    A Speaker GIF Image. (391KB)
    (src: ISCA's Red's Commentary Page)
    pencil and paper icon A Speaker GIF Image. +Poof Cat's Patriotic links
    Red's Words, of his Teacher & The Pledge pencil and paper icon,
    Listen: unabridged complete A Speaker GIF Image.
    Poof Cat's Patriotic pencil and paper icon
    "Red Skelton's recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance" pencil and paper icon (att.net)

    Red Skelton b.1913-d.1997
  • Pledge of Allegiance A Speaker GIF Image. (alt) and Let America Ring A Speaker GIF Image.
    (Pledge & narrations by John Wayne, a biograph
  • [b.1907-d.1979], src: JWayne.com)
    + More John Wayne Patriotic Songs (wavethemes.org)
    Real Player download
  • More Pledge of Allegiance Links
  • (src: Barbara J. Feldman's Surf the Net with Kids)
    Bob Hope
    May 29, 1903 - July 27, 2003
    ~ ~ ~
    Executive Order 13306--Establishing the Bob Hope American Patriot Award (28May03)
    (source: http://www.gpoaccess.gov/wcomp/)
    Bob Hope Official Web Site:
    Bob Hope Named 'Honorary Veteran' by Congress (29Oct97)
    Bob Hope Library of Congress Exhibition:
    AARP's Hope's Jokes:
    Bob Hope Memorial Cartoon Tributes:
    Some Bob Hope Remembrance 'Toons (Jul03)
    "Song of the Patriot" by Johnny Cash [b1932-d2003] (written by Marty Robbins/Shirl Milete, performed with Robbins) (link src: GoodOldDogs.com)
    Old Bluejacket's Patriotic Flicks

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