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Flag Flying Guide

With the Fourth of July right around the corner, displays of public patriotism will be in full effect! Whether you're flying your flag at home or at your place of business, it's important to be sure that the stars and stripes are getting the respect that they deserve. We've put together a quick reference guide of dos and don'ts for high-flying your flag properly, no matter the time of year. 

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Custom and US FlagOn May 15, 2018, the Orange County Board of Commissioners voted on a new set of rules affecting flag ordinances in unincorporated areas of Orange County. As a family-owned flag company located in Orange County for over 30 years, these new rules will affect our neighbors close to home—and those living just outside of our own hometown of Hillsborough, NC. We take pride in our role as an authority on flag etiquette. We are here for our local community as a source of expertise in all flag-related matters—whether it’s keeping you abreast of local flag news, or providing the best in U.S., state, and specialty flags, flagpoles, and flag accessories. 

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Team USA Flag PresentationMatthew Troy has devised a really unique way to honor the American flag as well as the fire, police and EMS personnel who help keep us safe.

Troy, a volunteer fireman and filmmaker from Hebron, CT, is initiating a “flag relay” project where American flags are passed through a network of emergency service agencies across the country. As each police or fire station takes possession of the flag, it will be flown for a day, used in a parade or in a similar display. It will then be sent to the next agency in the chain, and along the way each department will take photos and videos of their displays. When the circuit is complete, the photos and videos will be compiled into a video that will tell the story of the project.

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In October 1944, as the American army pushed eastward toward the Rhine, they approached the French city of Metz. This strategically-vital city, close to the German border, was surrounded by a network of fortifications that dated back several centuries and was key terrain in the earlier wars of 1870 and WWI. Hitler declared it a Festung (fortress) city to be defended at all costs. Among others, the men of the 95th Infantry Division were tasked with retaking the city and the forts, which they did after heavy fighting. The German commanding general, Lt.-Gen. Heinrich Kittel, who was captured by men of the Division’s 377th Infantry Regiment, said the men who took the city must have been made of Iron, resulting in its nickname, ‘the Iron Men of Metz.’

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“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.” - Winston S. Churchill

 

It’s true. For many of us, just being in the presence of these huge, gentle animals brings our blood pressure down, makes our stresses recede and makes us feel a bit more grounded and calm. This was apparent to Army infantry veteran Steven Baldwin; back in 2014, he took his two horses and founded Front Range Ranch and Rescue on 33 leased acres south of Fort Collins, Colorado.

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