I know of a person who worked on the Manhatten project in WWII. He was a dedicated American, father uncle grandfather great-grandfather husband and a local physision. He just died recently, and I felt there should have been an American flag on his coffin, because he served his country, tho be it in secret. The family took alot of grief, suspision and behind the back talking by the local community because he was not in the service at a time of war. Even his parents did not know what he was doing until the 90s when he was finally able to tell people. I feel he should have had a flag on his coffin, just as if he was in uniform, instead he wore a white coat in a laboratory. Any thoughts out there?
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