It would be presented similar to the MIA/POW flag... http://www.theblaze.com/stories/93-...s-for-national-flag-to-honor-fellow-veterans/ My thoughts? No. When five Marines and a US Navy Corpsman raise that abomination above a Japanese held island (that cost more US Marine Corps casualties in one battle than the entire USMC had lost in its history up to that point) then we can consider it. This is the only "Veteran's flag" the USA needs. Now lets have all the haters come in and tell me I'm anti-American and a surrender monkey because I feel like this flag is a joke.