" ...when we look at our flag and behold it emblazoned with all our rights, we must remember that it is equally a symbol of our duties."- Calvin Coolidge.  

Answers to some of our most Frequently Asked Questions:
  • Are your flagpoles only donated to military veterans?

         YES, any member past or present of the United States Armed Forces, any branch.

  • Are your flagpoles only donated to combat veterans?

         YES, with preference to combat wounded, combat disabled, and combat decorated.

  • What proof of Military Service is required?

         Copy of DD-214, we can help with military records if requested.

  • Can a veteran receive one of your flagpoles posthumously?

         NO, not at this time.

  • Can I recommend a veteran and help them with the application process?

         YES, absolutely.

  • Are there any costs to the veteran recipients?

         NO, all expenses of the flagpole, mounting base, rigging and hardware, flag, delivery and install and ceremony are covered.

  • Are there any income restrictions for the veteran applicants?

         YES, we prefer Annual Income at or under $65k per year.

  • Why are the applicants limited to the Northeast USA?

          This is a question of Logistics for the deliveries and installations and coordination of the Dedication Ceremonies.

  • Does a veteran have to own his own home to be selected for a flagpole?

          NO. If a veteran does not have ownership of his residence or does not foresee staying in his home for a reasonable number of years in the future they may specify a location or public entity to provide a suitable site for the flagpole honoring that veteran. Examples would be veterans Memorials or Parks, Public Schools, Public areas such as town square or park. The receiving entity must agree to acceptance of the flagpole and to provide ongoing required maintenance for the life of the flagpole as required.

  • How long do you plan on doing this?

          Our goal is 5 years and 100 flagpoles total. However as I get older as long as my hands are steady and I can still make a flagpole and raise the Stars & Stripes we may continue well beyond that.

  • Are all Veterans heroes?


  • Poway CA Veterans Park dedication ceremony Nov 11th 2017

    Poway CA Veterans Park dedication ceremony 9 Adirondack Flagpoles - Nov 11th, 2017
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