Recognizing publicly our fallen military and their families, the Honor and Remember Flag is intended to be flown continuously,
along with or under Old Glory, the flag of the United States of America.
The Honor and Remember Flag may also fly independently on a separate pole, respecting the protocol of other official flags.
The Honor and Remember Flag is to be flown below the Stars and
Stripes whenever on the same pole and always to be in a subservient
position. Never to diminish in meaning or stature the US Flag.
Honor and Remember Flag’s design is distinctive, yet simple. Each
detail on the flag symbolizes an important part of the overall meaning
of the flags message.
The Blue Star represents active service in military conflict. This
symbol originated with World War I, but on this flag it signifies
service through all generations from the American Revolution to present
The White Border beneath and surrounding the gold star recognizes the
purity of sacrifice. There is no greater price an American can pay than
to give his or her life in service to our country.
The Gold Star signifies the ultimate sacrifice of a warrior in active
service who will not return home. Gold reflects the value of the life
that was given.
The Folded Flag signifies the final tribute to an individual life that a family sacrificed and gave to the nation.
The Flame is an eternal reminder of the spirit that has departed this
life yet burns on in the memory of all who knew and loved the fallen