POW/MIA flag to fly at federal sites year round

POW/MIA flag to fly at federal sites year round
Prominent federal buildings and national war memorials will now fly the iconic POW/MIA flag alongside the American flag throughout the year thanks to legislation signed into law Thursday.

The proposal, passed without objection in the House last month and the Senate earlier this year, is designed to help highlight the continued sacrifice of military families whose loved ones are still unaccounted for overseas, estimated at about 82,000 individuals. President Donald Trump finalized the measure on Thursday night.

Veterans advocates praised the move as an important message to the entire country.

Read the full article on Military Times

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