Congressional Medal of Honor flag flies over Knoxville

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More than 100 veterans and civilians stood together in silence as the honor guard handed the Congressional Medal of Honor Society flag to Medal of Honor recipient Col. Joe Marm. He attached it to the flag pole below the American flag and began to raise them both into the East Tennessee sky.

The light blue flag will wave over the East Tennessee Veteran’s Memorial at World’s Fair Park until the 2014 Medal of Honor Convention comes to a close on September 13.

The flag raising was the last event in an hour-long program, which included speeches by Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero, Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett, convention co-chairpersons Joe Thompson and Chris Coyne, and Tennessee National Guard Adjunct General Max Haston.

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The flag raising marks the first official event of the 2014 Knoxville convention.