Hoping someone can help clarify. So recently, an employee at my job passed and he was a Marine Veteran. Another employee at my job, we'll call him Jackass, was previously called out for claiming to have served in my beloved Corps. We had him agree to stop making these claims and we'll all move past it. Well, Jackass was seen at the funeral service of the Marine who passed presenting a pre-folded flag to the next-of-kin in a botched military manner (a couple about about-faces, salute, etc). As previously mentioned, I also served and when i was told that this happened...it made my blood boil. Are civilians allowed to do this? From my understanding, the family did not ask for any type of military rites for his funeral. How should I respond?