Honoring America’s Heroes

A touching tribute honoring veterans was held on the Campus Green Nov. 9. The program‚ sponsored by the ROTC Club and the Students in Free Enterprise team‚ was planned and organized by cadets.

Georgia (Nov 11, 2005) — A touching tribute honoring veterans was held on the Campus Green Nov. 9.

The program‚ sponsored by the ROTC Club and the Students in Free Enterprise team‚ was planned and organized by cadets.

“We’ve been doing this for 20 years to honor those who served in the military‚” Gary Roberts‚ professor of management and retired Army reservist‚ said. “It’s a really good project for the cadets.”

The Missing Soldier Memorial was featured on the stage to honor 1st Lt. Tyler Hall Brown‚ who was killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom Sept. 14‚ 2004. The memorial was composed of a soldier’s boots‚ gun and helmet‚ which are symbols of grief for fallen soldiers.

“This is a day to remember our debt‚” Brig. Gen. William Nesbitt said. “They (soldiers) served just and honorable purposes.”

Veterans Day is Nov. 11.




 

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