Discussion in 'US Flag Display' started by EmailPoster, Jun 6, 2006.
There seems to be different opinions on this and i can't get the correct...
Timeclock for the Flag
This is a great question. The U.S. Flag Code (section 174, to be precise) only states that the flag should be flown from sunup to sundown. It does not indicate a specific time frame.
Also, all-weather flags can be flown 24 hours a day, so long as they are constantly illuminated.
It would certainly be appropriate to change your time for taking down the flag during daylight-saving time. Just remember to keep an eye it when it starts getting dark earlier in the fall--don't leave your flag up in the dark.
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