We have just developed a new door logo for our fire department. The logo consists of a Maltese Cross with the American Flag filling in the sections of the Maltese Cross. This logo will be placed on the front doors on each side of our new fire apparatus. The original design was to have the blue union facing forward in the direction of travel on each front door. Due to a un-educated popular opinion, some people felt that the logo on the passenger side door â€œlooked backwardâ€. I attempted to educate my coworkers and told them that the design may appear to be backward but complied with American Flag etiquette. I told them to have a look at Air Force One. I was told that, â€œthis isnâ€™t really an American Flag, but a graphic, so American Flag etiquette does not apply, and if this was a complete American Flag, than we would be bound by American Flag etiquetteâ€. Can you give me a reference that can enable me to have the American Flag displayed properly and with honor? I have attached a photo of the backward flag in our door logo (passenger side door)! Thanks for your help!