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Remembers brother, who died in service, and his stand on flags

About: Flag displayed near LBN Parkway needs attention

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I totally agree on this. I lost a brother back in 1981 and he was so against a shredded flag. He was in the Air Force and lost his life doing what he loved best and that was standing strong for his country. So I hope that someone sees the flag and changes it very soon, not for me, but for all the great fallen soldiers who fought for our freedom and the ones that are still fighting. God bless them all.

s/Devonna McVay




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