Recently the flags are at half mast because of the shootings in Atlanta and Colorado. :-(
it means that another small child was executed by isis
when flags are at half mast it means that someone died. Usually it is a sitting politician or a retired politician. It can also be flown at half mast after a tragedy.
currently, it's in rememberance of the victims of the atlanta shooting that occured recently, iirc.
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it means buttcheak
The correct question should be "Why are flags half staff today?" (Half-mast refers to ship-board practice) The President of the United States can request that the flags of the United States of America be flown at half staff out of respect for the death of government officials, dignitaries, or others for a period of mourning.
Because we are remembering the people who died in 9-11. if you have a problem with it ti bad. you take it up with the state border people what the hell ever they are called
to honor someones death
Flags Are At Half Mast to Honor A loss of someone who died for our american flag.
The reason flags are half mast on Sydney Harbour Bridge is most likely because someone has died. Flying flags at half mast is a form of respect for someone that has died.
The canadian flag is flown at half mast to represent mourning.
State and national flags were not flown at half mast on Tuesday February 10, 2015.
2-27-09 Our former governor passed away
Flags are usually flown at half mast as a sign of mourning when soldiers die in a war such as the Afghanistan war flags are flown at half mast, also if a prominent figure like a president or high official dies
Because the Health Care Bill passed. And Obama the raisin brain is President.
Robin Gibb's death?
Formerly half mast (Navy) and half staff (Army) were to honor deceased VIPs (Very Important People-US Military & Government Personnel). Today, that tradition has been expanded to many (civilian) people and many events.
In some countries they are, in others they are not.