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15 Flags, 15 States, 15 Heroes
Our debt to those killed or wounded preserving American freedom can never be repaid. But we can honor their sacrifice.
One way we intend to honor them is to raise awareness and engage public along our trip with opportunities to participate in honoring acts of gratitude. 15 US Flags, representing 15 Folds of Honor Recipient families, from the 15 states we will visit, will make the 2400 mile journey with us. These flags will be flown on numerous flag poles along the Atlantic coast. In addition, these flags will be ceremonially folded, over and over, by American citizens, dignitaries, groups, and organizations along the way. Each flag’s journey will be chronicled here and in a photo album that will be presented to each family, along with their flag at end of the journey.
Our goal is to allow people to personally connect with the sacrifice these Americans and to say thank you with their own personal folds of honor. It’s our turn to serve and honor them.
We are thrilled to announce that Fenway Park has invited us to fly our flags in this historic American iconic landmark. Boston is shaping up to be a great stop. This wonderful city is so rich with history of our founding. So many patriots put their lives on the line for personal liberty. With no clear … Read More
As I prepare for my 2500-mile bike ride, I am sometimes asked how a guy in his late fifties can turn an exercise routine into habit? After giving it some thought, I have broken the challenge into 5 basic steps. Step 1 – Remove all obstacles. Turning exercise into a habit is really not much … Read More
In this modest room, in what is known as Independence Hall, 56 men of means, with much to lose, signed their names to the most precious document of our founding, the Declaration of Independence. They had no view or assurance of the future, the outcome, or their fate. Many went on to sacrifice heavily. 5 … Read More
We just got word today that the Massachusetts State House is going to allow us to fly our flags over the Capital. We are working with the scheduler for a possible audience with the Gov.
Paul Plamann, Park Ranger for Fort McHenry National Monument & Historical Shrine has just given permission for us to fly our flags over Ft. McHenry on a replica flagstaff on the site where the 15 Star-Spangled Banner was flying in September 1814 during a British attack on Fort McHenry that inspired Francis Scott Key to … Read More
We are thrilled to announce that Annin Flag Makers have donated all our honor flags for the trip. This is a great blessing to us. My good friend and old KC-135 pilot, Ike Stokes, spent a lot of personal time working with them to secured this generous donation. We are so grateful.
While shooting some promo footage at the Lincoln Memorial we invited this young lady to fold our flag with us. I didn’t get her name but she told us that she was a flight attendant and just landed at Reagan National. Her and her friend were spending some layover hours visiting the sites. We explained … Read More