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Bucco Legislation to Honor Service Academy Enrollees with New Jersey Flags Advances

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New Jersey residents enrolling in a federal service academy would be given a State flag in honor of their commitment under legislation sponsored by Senator Anthony Bucco (R-25) that was approved by the Senate Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee.

New Jersey residents enrolling in a federal service academy would be provided a State flag in honor of their commitment under legislation sponsored by Sen. Anthony Bucco. (SenateNJ.com)

“Providing a State flag to New Jersey residents who have dedicated themselves to serving our nation is a small but meaningful gesture of appreciation,” said Bucco. “The flag will serve as a reminder of home and a symbol of our state’s recognition of the achievement, integrity and willingness to sacrifice that these individuals have demonstrated.”

The bill, S-2455, requires the Adjutant General of New Jersey to identify each Garden State resident who enrolls in the United States Military Academy, United States Naval Academy, United States Coast Guard Academy, United States Merchant Marine Academy, or United States Air Force Academy, and issue a New Jersey State flag to that individual.

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