Zachary Stinson, USMC, uses his arms to stand for the playing of the National Anthem. Words cannot explain how inspiring this is. It just adds to my anger of those ignorant individuals who refuse stand for the National Anthem or Pledge of Allegiance.
Hope Solo of USA looks on during the national anthem during the Women's Football first round Group G match between the United States and DPR Korea on Day 4 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Old Trafford on July 2012 in Manchester, England.
Team USA Hockey Coach Tortorella says that if any of his players sit for the National Anthem, they will sit the rest of the game.last comment<---love this coach, I wish football coaches (all coaches for that matter) were the same way
Wanna get even creepier come to Texas. We also pledge allegiance to the Texas flag every morning. At least my girls in elementary school do. They do it at the PTA meetings to. It's scary. Lol>> what the hell America?
Star-Spangled Banner at the National Museum of American History. The original Star-Spangled Banner, which flew over Fort McHenry in 1814 & inspired the words of our National Anthem, hangs in Flag Hall of the National Museum of American History.
What is the significance of this photo, other than the sharply dressed young Marine standing at attention? The Marine is the ONLY one standing, because the National Anthem is playing. He is showing respect for the flag.