Disgraceful attitude towards our decorated ranger should result in firing the attendant; just saying…..
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U.S. Airways has reportedly become a target for public scrutiny after a flight attendant refused to let a United States combat veteran and Army Ranger hang his uniform jacket because he wasn’t a “first-class” passenger.

First Sergeant Albert Marle was on board flight 1930 en route to Charlotte, North Carolina two days ago when he was looking for a place to hang his dress blue uniform jacket, filled with service medals, so it wouldn’t wrinkle.

He reached out to an airline attendant for help, but was quickly reminded that he was seated in coach.

“Her response wasn’t that there’s not space in the coat closet or ‘I’ve hung too many jackets up,’ said first-class passenger Brian Kirby, who was also on the four-hour flight. “It was simply, ‘Our airline policy says I’m not going to do it, so I’m not going to do it.’ I was really appalled at not only the way she looked at him but the way she spoke to him — in an angry way.”