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26 THE JRC-IUIO
Our Flag with the accent on the word ourl Or, izi words that bring the
meaning home more clearly. "Bly Flaglm How fine that sounds when you can
point out to a foreigner "Old Glory" flying in the breeze. and say that it is yours.
lt is yours to defend and love: it is yours to die for, if necessary. To be able to
say that the Hag and what it represents is behind you in any lawful deed, and
will see that you are given your just rights in any foreign land gives one conti-
dence. What true American does not feel his blood grow hot and tingle in his
veins, his heart thump faster, and a strange feeling creep down his backbone.
when he sees "Old Glory' floating proudly at the head of a column of troop?
'lust imagine what the rlag must mean to a person who has been in a strange'
country, from under the protecting wave of the Stars and Stripes, suddenly to
see it at the mast of one of our battleships. Today. the flag is in lighting trim
after having been carried into the midst of the European warg into the midst
of the tight for peace and democracy. Today foreign powers know that our Hag
and our uniform represent fighting qualities superior to those of any other country.
They know that our flag is tobe respected or they will have to suffer the consequences of
a fight with ourtroops. whom they have learned to fear. The forty-eight stars
in our Hag represent forty-eight states. each an empire within itself. That these
states have fought and worked together, has been one of the secrets of our
success in past wars. Therefore. let us hope that in the future. each state will
do its duty, so that the stars and stripes may forever wave over the "land of
the free and the home of the brave."
C.xP'r. C. .-X. DOOLITTLE, 'l9.
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