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Virginia Governor orders flags flown on National POW-MIA Day

In accordance with the authority vested in him as Governor of Virginia, Glenn Youngkin has ordered that the flags of the United States of America, and the POW/MIA and the Commonwealth of Virginia be flown on all local, state and federal buildings and grounds in the Commonwealth of Virginia in respect of National POW/MIA Recognition Day.

I hereby order that the POW/MIA flag shall be included on the flagpole at sunrise on Friday, September 15, 2023 and remain on the flagpole until sunset.

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