At another veterans memorial cemetery I visited this weekend, I found this display of the five US military service flags positioned on two sides of a square garden, with the American flag flying higher in the center. The photo was taken looking south. As depicted, the US Navy, Coast Guard, and Marine Corps flags are placed on the northern side of this square garden from left to right. The US Army and Air Force flags are at the corners of the southern side of the square. Again, these flags seem to have been positioned randomly. I expect to have the opportunity to advise the cemetery staff in a few weeks about a more appropriate display arrangement, and again, I would like input from this Forum before I do so. Since this garden is oriented in a North-South direction, my preliminary thought is to recommend the US Army flag be placed where the US Navy flag currently is, and from left to right, place the Marine Corps flag next, followed by the Navy flag. On the south side corners of the square, place the US Air Force flag on the left and the US Coast Guard flag on the right, as if these flags were in a marching formation advancing toward the position where I took the photo. I look forward to hearing from other Forum members.