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When 10th Group Special Forces soldier Kyle Daniels returned from his last combat deployment, he was frustrated by what he saw. He understood that he’d been fighting for America’s freedom, including the important freedom to protest. But he didn’t like seeing the American flag burned. Read more about the Kyle and the Firebrand story below. Contact info noburn@firebrandflags.com

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This Green Beret has invited a flag that can't burn

When 10th Group Special Forces soldier Kyle Daniels returned from his last combat deployment, he was frustrated by what he saw. He understood that he’d been fighting for America’s freedom, including the important freedom to protest. But he didn’t like seeing the American flag burned. Read More

Napa's Corrigan, 15, wins at U.S. Open

Napa’s Lindsey Corrigan won a gold medal in a crowded international field of 29 competitors at the 2020 U.S. Open Taekwondo Championships, held Feb. 26 through March 1 at The Arena at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Kissimmee, Fla.

The Veterans Project | SSG Kyle Daniels

Humility. This word is used often as the common quotient and summation of a successful legacy within the military. There is pride in remaining humble which may sound like an oxymoron but those who have served understand. This rings even more true for Special Operations brethren.

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