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America’s Flag unveiled on the West Lawn of the Capitol in Washington, D.C.

America’s Flag is composed of all 50 individual state flags sewn together to honor healthcare workers and first responders for their efforts in battling the coronavirus pandemic.

Richard Rovsek

“Not since our original Stars & Stripes was stitched with passion and love has a flag represented so much good,” says James Kidrick, CEO and President of the San Diego Air & Space Museum. America’s Flag is a massive 25-by-30-foot flag composed of all 50 individual state flags sewn together to honor healthcare workers and other first responders for their efforts in battling the coronavirus pandemic. “It’s a tribute to symbolically help bring Americans together,” says Richard Rovsek, chairman of the Spirit of Liberty Foundation, which sponsored the flag in partnership with the Air & Space Museum and Corky Mizer of Corky’s Pest Control. Mizer says, “It was truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help make a difference in America.” This past month on Veterans Day, America’s Flag was unveiled on the West Lawn of the Capitol in Washington, D.C. and carried down the National Mall by veterans, healthcare professionals, first responders, police, and firefighters.

Image Credits Photography by Evan Stefanko

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