As I rode by the Sullivan County, Pennsylvania Courthouse recently, this flag display caught my eye so I parked my Harley and walked over for a closer look. What peaked my interest is the position of the flags. Normally, one should expect to see the US flag on its own right or to the viewer's left. When I approached, I discovered this is not just a typical Courthouse outdoor flag display. It is part of the Sullivan County Veterans Memorial attached to the public entrance to the Courthouse. It quickly became clear that this flag display is intended to be viewed from the opposite direction as the second photo shows. As one approaches the public entrance to the Courthouse, the Sullivan County Veterans Memorial is accessed by walking down a few steps to see the commemorative plaque and service medallions (see last photo). While it is understandable why the flags are arranged as they are, a representative of the County who participated in the Memorial's design and construction mentioned that visitors have expressed questions and a few have actually switched the positions of the US and PA flags at night, most likely believing they were being helpful. This problem is an unintended consequence of a nobel community effort in appreciation of the sacrifices made by all who served and continue to serve. The County may be considering the development of a handout to explain to visitors why the flags are arranged as they are and to provide information about the Veterans Memorial. They may also look into a means to secure the flag pole halyards so that the flags are not able to be lowered (and switched) by unauthorized people.