Saturday, May 8, 2021

Another Massive Battle Flag Rises in Virginia As Southerners Commemorate Confederate History and Heritage Month Across the South


The Va Flaggers and the 10th Platoon, 2nd Btn, Co A Va SCV MC raised and dedicated the Rockbridge County Soldiers Roadside Memorial Battle Flag at Goshen last month, in a private ceremony on private property. About 100 faithful Confederate heritage supporters gathered to celebrate the 160th anniversary of Virginia’s secession, commemorate Confederate History and Heritage month, and dedicate the 12’x18’ Confederate Battle flag on a 40’ pole to the Glory of God and in honor and memory of Rockbridge County’s Confederate Veterans. 

Many thanks to all who helped make it happen, and all of those who gave of their time and talents to make the ceremony so meaningful and special.  
This is the 34th Roadside Memorial Battle Flag raised by the Va Flaggers since the fall of 2013 and the second raised this year, thanks to the generous support of thousands of citizens, many of whom are fed up with the relentless and vicious attacks on our history, heritage, and the men who fought to defend the South. 
To assist with our Interstate Battle Flags and ongoing Heritage Defense projects, please make checks payable
“The Virginia Flaggers” and mail to:
P.O. Box 1427, Amherst, VA 24521
Or contribute through PayPal, here:

God bless the men who wore the gray from Rockbridge County, God bless you all, and GOD SAVE THE SOUTH! 



Unknown said...

Would love to see this in South Carolina

Anonymous said...

So glad to see the flag flying again! Great pictures.☺

Anonymous said...

OUTSTANDING!!! Keep on Taking the Fight to Our Enemies!! Et Qui Pugnat, Est Liber!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you 🙏