USA Patriotism! recognizes George Lutz for his noble patriotic efforts!
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George Lutz's very determined, tireless quest to have the Honor and Remember Flag . . . "fly continuously as a visible reminder to all Americans of the lives lost in defense of our national freedoms. All military lives lost not only in action but also in service, from our nation's inception" . . . rightfully deserves recognition by USA Patriotism!
George Lutz's effort is a very personal one too . . . as it began shortly after his son, George Anthony Lutz II (Tony) was killed by a sniper's bullet while he was on patrol in Fallujah, Iraq on December 29, 2005 . . . and after visiting with other families who had lost loved ones in the Iraq war.
In 2010 George Lutz spent five months visiting all 50 states that included driving over 20,00 miles in a motor home to the 48 continental states ... where he met with elected officials, family members of fallen heroes, troops, veterans, and other fellow patriots.
George Lutz also continues to reach out to every U.S. senator and representative with the goal to meet with each one personally. Moreover, many states have currently passed laws recognizing the Honor and Remember Flag . . . with the goal to have every state joining the federal government recognizing the flag.
George Lutz explains his founding of Honor and Remember and its mission...
David G. Bancroft, USA Patriotism! founder
George Lutz epitomizes one's love and pride of America with his dedicated effort with the Honor and Remember Flag . . . that is a noble, heartfelt constant reminder of America's heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice defending our great, beloved country . . . and safeguarding our priceless freedoms!
In fact, my poem, Honoring The Fallen, underscores how I feel about the Honor and Remember flag . . . I encourage every American to help in having the Honor and Remember Flag nationally recognized.
And it was an honor to meet George during his 50 state tour in 2010.
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