Upon the death of a person of importance or in remembrance of a hero/hero’s.
The US flag is flown at halfmast as symbol of mourning.
To honor a special day in history. For example, when someone famous dies, the flag is flown at halfmast.
A nation's flag may be flown half way up a flag pole as a symbol of respect, mourning, or distress.
usually it means that someone important has passed away. bringing your flag halfmast show respect for the person .
When somebody has died.
As a sign of respect to honor the dead.
A flag should not be flown during a major thunderstorm, tornado, etc.
A flag should not be flown during a major thunderstorm, tornado, etc. Clear skys is the best type of weather for a flag to be flown.
If it is being flown with a state flag on the same flag pole it should be above. if they are on different flag poles, the state flag can be at the same level but no higher. No two national flags should be flown on the same flag pole.
The American Flag should always be flown higher than the state flag and should be flown a half-mast when in peril or in rememberance.
A flag should not be flown during a major thunderstorm, tornado, etc...
The U.S. flag should be flown from dawn to dusk. If flown at night, it is to be illuminated.
You can but it's not good for the flag. The unofficial flag etiquette says that flags should not be flown in the rain.
It will ruin our flag
It should be flown on Australia Day, Labour Day and New Years.
Generally, it is considered disrespectful to fly a flag, especially the U.S. flag, at night unless it is well lighted. Also, a damaged or frayed flag should not be flown if possible.
The United States flag can be flown in all kinds of weather. But, this is only possible when the flag is made of a weather-proof material.
If the U.S. flag is flown after dark, it should be lighted.
It is a sign of distress. SOS. The flag should only be flown upside down when you are in need of urgent help.
during the day when it isn't raining...
The flag should be flown on Memorial Day because displaying the flag on this holiday we have set aside to remember the more than one million men and women who have died in defense of our Nation.
No. No state flags can be flown above the US flag.
It should be flown with a spotlight hitting it. If it is raining or strange weather, its better to keep it inside, in a triangle fold.
It can be flown whenever you want it to be. But to answer the question SHOULD it be flown in the rain, no. It should be flown when the weather permits from sunrise to sunset, unless it's an all weather flag. The American should be displayed 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset, with the exception of days it is raining. If it is raining at sunrise, you do not raise the flag. If it is not raining at sunrise, raise the flag; and if it starts to rain during the day, no matter the flag still stays up and you take it down at normal sunset.