There is an unusual flag display at a local VFW Post in my home town. It consists of a tall center flag pole flying the US flag. Behind the US flag are 5 lower flag poles of equal height in a semi-circle flying the 5 military service flags, from left to right: Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force and Marine Corps. In front of the US flag pole are 2 flag poles lower than the military service flags which fly the POW/MIA flag on the left and the PA State flag on the right. What is unusual is that the military service flags may be out of order, the PA state flag is subordinate to the military service flags, and because of its position, also subordinate to the POW/MIA flag . What could you recommend to improve on this display? Keep in mind, it is VFW protocol that the POW/MIA flag has precedence over all other flags flying beneath the US flag (VFW POW/MIA Awareness Brochure, page 5-Order of Precedence in the Display of the POW/MIA Flag). I'm considering a recommendation to the Post Commander, but before that I'd like some input from this forum.