Physician, Dr. Pamela Gaudry of Georgia, was recently flying from the Philadelphia Airport to Atlanta, when the passengers were notified that the casket of a fallen soldier would be transported aboard the flight with them.

In the hopes to honor the fallen (including her late husband who served in the Navy for 20 years) she suggested singing the National Anthem as the soldier was taken off the plane by the Honor Guard.

However, Dr. Gaudry was denied the opportunity to sing the National Anthem on the Delta Airlines plane.  A flight attendant told Dr. Gaudrey that singing the Anthem was against company policy.

Humiliated, Gaudry stayed in her seat and then recorded a video about her experience:

Delta has since replied saying that they don't have a policy about singing the National Anthem.