Flag Flown

Some articles on flag, flown, flag flown, flags:

Flag Flying Days In Mexico
... In Article 18 of the Law on the National Arms, Flag, and Anthem (Ley Sobre El Escudo, la Bandera y el Himno Nacionales) there is a listing of dates that the Mexican flag is flown by all branches ... Civilians are also encouraged to display the national flag on these days ... Some of the holidays and commemorations listed require the flag to be flown at half-staff ...
Halfmast - Examples - Malaysia
... Jalur Gemilang is flown at halfmast all over the country on the death of the Supreme King, for 7 days from the day of announcement ... The states' flag also flown at half-mast also for 7 days, while the national and state royal standard flown at half-mast from the day of the announcement ... Only the states' flag flown at half-mast with Malaysian flag for 7 days on the death of the Rulers and the Heads of State, from the day of announcement until the day of the ...
Maritime Flag - Flag Etiquette
... of the ship, and thus ensigns are traditionally flown either from an ensign staff at the ship's stern, or from a gaff rigged over the stern ... The usual rule that no flag should be flown higher than the national flag does not apply on board a ship a flag flown at the stern is always in a superior position to a flag flown elsewhere on the ship ... House flags (those defining the owner) are usually flown from the mainmast truck ...
Halfmast - Examples - United Kingdom
... The Royal Standard, the flag of the British monarch, is never flown at half-mast, because there is always a living monarch the throne passes immediately to ... United Kingdom in 1997 following the death of Diana, Princess of Wales that no flag was flying at half-mast at Buckingham Palace ... Until 1997, the only flag to fly from Buckingham Palace was the Royal Standard, the official flag of the reigning British sovereign, which would only fly when the ...

Famous quotes containing the words flown and/or flag:

    And when night
    Darkens the streets, then wander forth the sons
    Of Belial, flown with insolence and wine.
    John Milton (1608–1674)

    There’s an enduring American compulsion to be on the side of the angels. Expediency alone has never been an adequate American reason for doing anything. When actions are judged, they go before the bar of God, where Mom and the Flag closely flank His presence.
    Jonathan Raban (b. 1942)