Recently a new YMCA was constructed in my home town with a 3 flag pole memorial to honor our local Korean War Veterans (See photo attached). As viewed from the parking lot, the taller center pole now flies the U.S. flag, the lower left pole flies the Korean War Veterans flag, and the lower right pole flies the YMCA flag. The orientation of this flag pole array caught my attention as unusual. Usually, the orientation of a multi-flag pole array is installed parallel to the front of the host building, so that an observer on approach via the main access street (in the photo to the far left) would see the left and right lower flags in the same position, whether the observer approaches from the left or right. The orientation of these flag poles suggest that the intent was to view this memorial flag display only from the parking lot, disregarding the opposing views on approach to the property. In other words, if approached from the direction opposite the parking lot (from the street lights in the background), the Korean War Veterans flag would be seen as subordinate to the YMCA flag which would not be consistent with the Order of Precedence for flags. The reason I am bringing this issue to the attention of the forum is to ask if anyone knows of any published guidance on the web which deals with the orientation of a multi-flag pole array in relation to the host property or building. I have contacted a multitude of companies which sell flag poles, but the only guidance they typically offer their customers are instructions for installing the flag pole base sleeves and assembling the poles. I didn't find any company which broached the subject of orientation.