Sundown Salute Parade

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    A small boy waves an American flag as 1st Infantry Division Soldiers march by during the Sundown Salute Parade in Junction City, Kan., July 4. Sundown Salute is the largest free Independence Day celebration in the state of Kansas. (U.S. Army photo by Mollie Miller, 1st Inf. Div. Public Affairs)

    Alpha416, Ctsimp77, brickboy, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. paulsiangg456 34 months ago | reply

      I bet you 100 dollars that flag is made in CHINA

    2. umphred 34 months ago | reply

      But the boys pride was Made in America !!!!

    3. Bdresel 34 months ago | reply

      Go 1ID! Great photo!

    4. 238d3ffe1d85a46b82b0945d13155989 34 months ago | reply

      i pay one day i will become a soldie in the USA army.The is proud in the uniform

    5. 312313 34 months ago | reply

      He very cute and lovely...I am Sandy come From Hong Kong, nice to meet you ..a little boy...

    6. D.LynnII 34 months ago | reply

      well, IF the flag WAS made in China, then that Chinese person (if it was a Chinese person) who either made it, or assembled it has their patriotism in the right place...just because they are in another country, or of a different culture, doesn't mean that they are bad .... Just think of this as well, even IF they don't have all the American patriotism as most Americans, at least they have a job, and are not a member of society who simply drains the economical balance by leaching off of other people's hard work.

    7. shadetreessugar [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

      If I bet too, do I also he a h u n d ered?

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