SURVEY: Should the Confederate Flag be banned on all US Military installations...

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Should the Confederate Flag be banned on all US Military installations... ?

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TOPIC: During the Vietnam War the Confederate Flag was displayed in virtually every in-country US Army NCO Club and many Officer's Clubs. In some units, one way to prevent African American's from being allowed to access a unit's NCO Club, in which only E5's an above were admitted, was simply to never promote an African American above the rank of E4. Since the Vietnam War the Confederate Flag has continued to be displayed in combat zones in some official military offices, on vehicles or displayed as flags.

QUESTION 1/1: Should the Confederate Flag, the symbol of the rebellion against the federal government and the US Constitution, return to being banned from display and wear in all US military branches as it was for almost one hundred years after the end of the Civil War?


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