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U.S. Airways Flight Attendant Insults An Army Ranger For A Weird Reason

U.S. Airways has been receiving a lot of hatred since a flight attendant refused to hang up an Army Ranger and combat veteran's jacket. Albert Marle (First Sergeant) was wearing a jacket filled with medals he earned. When he boarded on Flight 190 from Portland to North California, he asked to hang up his 'Dress Blues' uniform to one of the attendants but she refused to do so saying coat closet service was only for first-class passengers.

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U.S. Airways Flight Attendant Insults An Army Ranger For A Weird Reason

U.S. Airways Flight Attendant Insults An Army Ranger For A Weird Reason

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U.S. Airways is one of the finest Air services. But this is such a disgrace.

U.S. Airways is one of the finest Air services. But this is such a disgrace.

Everybody knows the importance of an Army Ranger. They should be treated with respect. 

Everybody knows the importance of an Army Ranger. They should be treated with respect. 

They work so hard to keep the country safe and what do they get? Such treatment.

They work so hard to keep the country safe and what do they get? Such treatment.

Albert Marle (Army Ranger) boarded on a plane wearing a jacket with his medals on it.

Albert Marle (Army Ranger) boarded on a plane wearing a jacket with his medals on it.

He politely asked U.S. Airways attendant if she could hang up his 'Dress Blues' uniform.

He politely asked U.S. Airways attendant if she could hang up his ‘Dress Blues’ uniform.

She clearly refused to do so by saying this is against their rules. The Internet took this in an outrageous manner and this news spread all over the social media in no time.

What these company rules are for if they can't treat an Army ranger with respect.

What these company rules are for if they can't treat an Army ranger with respect.

U.S. Airways finally apologized and began investigation into this incident.

U.S. Airways finally apologized and began investigation into this incident.

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