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Flag Etiquette. Rules for the American Flag. The flag should be raised and lowered by hand. The flag is only flown from sunrise to sunset. If the flag is flown at night, it is illuminated. The flag may be flown on any day of the year. The flag cannot touch the ground.

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rules for the american flag
Rules for the American Flag
  • The flag should be raised and lowered by hand.
  • The flag is only flown from sunrise to sunset.
  • If the flag is flown at night, it is illuminated.
  • The flag may be flown on any day of the year.
  • The flag cannot touch the ground.
more rules for the flag
More rules for the flag…
  • The flag can be flown upside down to indicate distress.
  • No other flag can be flown higher than the American flag.
  • No other flag can be flown to the American flag’s right, if the two are flown at the same height.
  • The proper way to destroy an old, worn-out flag is to burn it. It must first be cut into two pieces: the stars and the stripes.
quiz time
Quiz Time!!
  • 1. When is Flag Day? (Month) +1 Bonus if you know the day.
  • 2. An Editor of a Children’s Magazine wrote the Pledge of Allegiance. T/F
  • 3. Can the Flag touch the ground? Y/N
  • 4. What is the Flag’s Nickname?
  • 5. When can the American Flag be flown upside down?