Honor and Remember flag should be flown to do just that to those that have given their lives for us.
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The parents of a 23-year-old soldier killed in Afghanistan say a vets group that oversees a memorial in a small New Jersey town “has hurt us deeply” for refusing to fly a flag in honor of their son.

Amy and Patrick Moore say they just wanted to fly the “Honor and Remember” flag over the Bordentown Veterans Memorial to remember their son, Army Spc. Benjamin Moore, killed in a Jan. 12, 2011, bomb blast, as well as others who died fighting for freedom.

“My husband and I can’t teach honor,” Amy Moore, 49, of Robbinsville, said, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. “It’s a personal thing in someone’s heart.”

“Maybe they have it, but not in a way I understand it,” she added. “They have hurt us deeply.”