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WoodmenLife Makes Donation to SAC Museum

In support of its ongoing commitment to patriotism, WoodmenLife, one of the largest distributors of American flags, second only to the U.S. Government, has donated 22 American flags to the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum in Ashland, NE.

The flags, two 20 x 30 ft. and twenty 5 x 8 ft., now fly on the 11 poles of the museum’s “Flag Row,” with the larger on “Flag Hill” overlooking Interstate 80. American Legion Post 129 in Ashland ceremoniously retired the previous flags and raised the new flags on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

The ceremony was conducted by Clayton Anderson, SAC Museum CEO & President, US Astronaut, retired; and Patrick L. Dees, WoodmenLife President & CEO. In addition to the flags, WoodmenLife also contributed a monetary donation.

“These donations are a part of an ongoing partnership between WoodmenLife and the SAC Museum,” said Dees. “We’re lucky to have such an impressive facility so close to the Omaha metro, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to offer our support to them.”


About WoodmenLife

WoodmenLife was founded in 1890 as a not-for-profit. The organization gives back to its members across the country, who join together in a shared commitment to family, community and country. With a legacy of financial stability, WoodmenLife offers quality life insurance and retirement products. A person becomes a member when they purchase a WoodmenLife product. Members have access to many extras they can use now. To learn more about the organization, visit


About the Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum

The Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum (a Smithsonian Affiliate) aims to become the Midwest’s pre-eminent aerospace educational museum facility. By uniting its strong Cold War heritage and ties to STRATCOM with America’s burgeoning future in outer space, the museum will endeavor to “entertain, educate, and inspire” each and every visitor with immersive, education, and interactive opportunities illustrating how ” …. our past shapes our future.”