First names of military men, an American flag and a FOX 26 employee: those are the only clues we have into learning how an American flag ended up on the side of the Southwest Freeway and Buffalo Speedway.
"Cpl. Morris, nickname: Moose," FOX 26 production employee Joel Mathiason said as he held up the large simple, reading out a few of the names printed in black ink.
Mathiason found the flag on his way to work.
"You just love your country so you don't want this to be just laying in the dirt, getting run over by cars," he said.
He figured the flag must be important to somebody because it had signatures from US Marines written on it.
That handwriting could mean the world to someone like Mary Moreno, a mom of a US Marine veteran and the founder of Military Moms and Wives, a non-profit group based out of Brazoria County.
The organization's main goal is to raise awareness and honor all of our fallen heroes.
"God bless the person who picked this up and brought it to you all," military mom Helen Anderson said.
It may be a challenge to find the owner but honoring the flag and its signatures is not.
"It could be a number of things but I just hope that all these guys are still alive," Mathiason said.