NJ National Guard Unit receives new Garrison Flag from NJ's oldest Legion Post!

Recently a NJ National Guard unit with members who have served in Iraq was given a new Garrison size American flag courtesy of local resident and Sgt Clendenon Newell Post #1 in Leonia, NJ. The large flag was flown over the Wall Street offices of local resident Jim Tappen and he was looking for a good home for the flag. During flag retirement ceremonies on Flag day, a representative of the NJ National Guard unit's family readiness group inquired if the Post knew of where the unit could find an appropriate garrison flag and the beginnings of a donation where in the works. Early in September the National Guard unit was given the flag with members of the Post, other veterans groups and the FRG in attendance. For more information please refer to the Bergen Record article at http://www.northjersey.com/news/102680349_Giant_remembrance_.html

Sgt Clendenon Newell Post #1 is New Jersey's oldest legion post. For more information on NJ's oldest Legion post go to www.alpost1.org

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