Special Note to flag keepers at Government Buildings
In accordance to Public Law 116-67 (November 7, 2019) the POW/MIA flag is to be displayed on all days that the flag of the United States is displayed on certain federal property. (No definition of "certain federal property" was provided in the public law.)


National POW/MIA Flag Act Signed into Law

Elizabeth Warren and Tom Cotton Led Bipartisan Group of Senators to Ensure the POW/MIA Flag is Displayed Alongside the U.S. Flag on Prominent Federal Properties.

The National POW/MIA Flag Act ensures the POW/MIA Flag is displayed whenever the U.S. flag is displayed, effectively ensuring that both flags are displayed concurrently and every day at federal locations already designated under existing law. Those locations include… the U.S. Capitol, the White House, the World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, every national cemetery, the buildings containing the official offices of the Secretaries of State, Defense, and Veterans Affairs, the office of the Director of the Selective Service System, each major military installation (as designated by the Secretary of Defense), each Department of Veterans Affairs medical center, and each United States Postal Service post office.

Before the lawmakers’ bill became law, the POW/MIA Flag was required to be displayed by the federal government on certain prominent federal properties only six days per year: Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, National POW/MIA Recognition Day, and Veterans Day.






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