I did not say the flag "represents" the military. I said it was "about" the military and the battle we were fighting at that time (read the words). And furthermore you cannot tell me or anyone else what it "represents" as that it totally up to interpretation. Example: To some folks the confederate flag represents history and pride of the southern culture. To others it represents slavery and oppression. Both are correct to each respective party but not the other.
But I invite you. Next time you are at the stadium and the anthem is played, ignore the flags of the various military branches, mia/pow and the jet flyovers.