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ВО ФЛОРИДЕ ЖГУТ АМЕРИКАНСКИЕ ФЛАГИ! Как раз на Flag Day

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A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

Мало любить свой флаг и клястся в верности ему - его надо ещё и уважать.
Когда флаг отслужит свой срок, его нужно правильно "похоронить".
Каждый флаг нужно разобрать -- отдельно полосы, отдельно звёзды и сжечь под клятву верности.
На фото из "Palm Beach Post": церемония прощания с отсужившими флагами в Вест Палм Бич в День Флага.

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins

A flag day ceremony was held June 14, 2009 at Palm Beach Memorial Park in which scores of United States flags received their proper retirement. The ceremony was coordinated by the Regent's Council of the Palm Beaches and was designed to teach people about the history of the flag, as well as how to honor and respect the flag when it is in use and when it is retired. At the conclusion of the program the flags were slowly burned in a large metal barrow.  Photos by Palm Beach Post photographer Damon Higgins
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