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Folding flags for Special Forces

Kansas Boy Scout Devin Prock is a proud American who wants to join the military someday and already has a tremendous amount of respect for the American flag.

Collecting flags, folding them and sending them overseas to members of our Special Forces was a natural fit for a service project.

“They’re risking their lives to keep us free,” the 15-year-old told a local TV station. “I feel that is the best job one could have.”

Click here to read more about Devin’s project.

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6 Comments on Folding flags for Special Forces

  1. ASM Troop 182 // June 17, 2015 at 4:48 pm // Reply

    This project was done as an Eagle Scout Project. The flags were provided through Pocket Flag Project. He set up a funding website to raise the required money to purchase all of the supplies and then set up a work day at his high school. PFP requires that a scout fold a minimum of 900 flags if you are going to do this for an Eagle Project. He decided early on that he was going to send 3,000 flags. He shipped flags to units in 13 different countries total.

  2. Outstanding! Thank you!

  3. Our Boy Scout Troop has done this a couple of times for the troops. They appreciate it!

  4. jerseygiants11 // March 18, 2015 at 5:09 pm // Reply

    as a veteran I thank you for what you are doing that goes for our special forces as well as the awesome scout for all you are doing for our special forces. I thank our soldiers for all of their service. god bless

  5. Congratulations!!!!!! I’m so very proud of you! It took a lot of hard work and dedication. In one day you had 72 volunteers and folded 2,800 flags! There is only 200 more to go. You earned it!!!

  6. would love to know more about what this project is.

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