We told you a couple weeks ago about the United States Flag of Honor, which was supposed to be at the Bush Presidential Library for the public to see. It's finally made it after some red tape was finally cut through.
The flag originally came to the area as part of the remembrance of the local PHI helicopter crew members who died in a crash, along with their patient.
This particular set of stars and stripes was flying at the Texas Capitol building as the September 11th attacks took place, and has since become a fixture at services for fallen heroes across the country.
The flag will be on display at the Bush Library through July 2.
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