I march before armies, a thousand salute me.  My fall can bring...

I march before armies, a thousand salute me.
My fall can bring victory, but no one would shoot me.
The wind is my lover, one-legged am I.
Name me and see me at home in the sky.

Answer: flag

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I march before armies, a thousand salute me.  My fall can bring...
I march before armies, a thousand salute me.  My fall can bring...
I march before armies, a thousand salute me.  My fall can bring...

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