Proudly Fly Old Glory… Flag Display Days

Proudly Fly Old Glory…
Flag Display Days

New Year’s Day January 1 National Korean War Veterans

Inauguration Day (Presidential) January 20 Armistice Day July 27

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 3rd Monday in January Labor Day 1st Monday in September

Lincoln’s Birthday February 12 Patriot Day and National Day of Service

Washington’s Birthday and Remembrance (half-staff) September 11

(President’s Day) 3rd Monday in February POW/MIA Recognition Day 3rd Friday in September

Easter Sunday variable Constitution and Citizenship Day September 17

Mother’s Day 2nd Sunday in May Columbus Day 2nd Monday in October

Peace Officers Memorial Day (half-staff)* May 15 Navy Day October 27

Armed Forces Day 3rd Saturday in May Veterans Day November 11

Memorial Day (half-staff until noon) Last Monday in May Thanksgiving Day 4th Thursday in November

Flag Day June 14 National Pearl Harbor

Father’s Day 3rd Sunday in June Remembrance Day (half-staff) December 7

Independence Day July 4 Christmas Day December 25

And such other days as may be proclaimed by the President of the United States, the birthdays of states (dates of admission), and on state holidays. Information outlined above is part of the Federal Flag Code or enacted by Federal legislation, fly your POW/MIA flag with your United States flag on Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, National POW/MIA Recognition Day and Veterans Day. For more information regarding flag history, Federal Flag Code, or how to properly display the U.S. flag, refer to the VFW Website, www.vfw.org.

*The flag shall be flown at half-staff on Peace Officers Memorial Day, unless that day is also Armed Forces Day.