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LIVE MEMORIAL COVERAGE:
KBTX Media will be airing the public memorial service starting at 10 a.m. on KBTX's sister station, the CW 8 Aggieland and online at KBTX.com's Livestream.
The CW 8 can be seen by Suddenlink viewers on Channel 8 and 711, and for others by digital antenna on digital Channel 3.2.
Dish and DirecTV viewers may not be able to view local programming on the CW, depending on the coverage agreement between those providers. Contact your service provider for further questions.
To watch the service online, click here. The link will be active during our pre-event coverage on Brazos Valley This Morning and once the service starts at 10 a.m.
The U.S. Honor Flag is a fixture at services for fallen heroes across the country, and this week it will be used during services for Bryan Fire Lieutenants Gregory Pickard and Eric Wallace.
This particular set of stars and stripes has been present for more than a thousand funerals for those who dedicate their lives to serving and protecting others. The Honor Network was founded on the conviction that every person committed in service deserves the support of every American. It arrived in Bryan mid-day Tuesday at Hillier Funeral Home and is being held with the casket of Lt. Gregory Pickard until the public memorial service on Wednesday.
The flag is held under tight security and is equipped with micro-chips to track the services it has been a part of. The flag originally flew over the Texas State Capitol building on September 11th.