Honoring the troops

FUN AND GAMES — Children of military families enjoyed the Snowflex slopes for an afternoon. Photo credit: Courtney Russo

Military families dine and fellowship at Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre The Office of Military Affairs hosted Military Family Fun Day for service members and their families in the Barrick-Falwell lodge at the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre March 27. The event was free of charge for those with military ID. With …

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Vietnam War remembered

patriots — Veterans from various American wars gathered at the Monument Terrace in downtown Lynchburg to pay tribute to those who fought in the Vietnam War. Photo credit: Amber Tiller

Office of Military Affairs partners with local veteran groups to honor sacrifices The rain could not hinder the American patriotism that radiated from the corner of Ninth and Court Street in downtown Lynchburg March 27. In celebration of the 40-year anniversary of the Vietnam War ending April 1975, Liberty’s Office …

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Gala benefits ‘Wounded Warriors’

HONOR — This was the first gala organized as a benefit event by the Young Women of America for the Wounded Warriors Project. Photo credit: Leah Stauffer

Veterans share inspirational stories about their experiences before, during and after joining the U.S. military Abolition Week at Liberty University concluded with the Military Appreciation Gala at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, March 29, at Williams Stadium. Tau Sigma National Honor Society President Erica Stewart and Junior Class President Chelsea Andrews organized …

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SA race honors military

military— The Marines took first place in the competition between military branches. Photo credit: Sam Chappell

Valley View 5-Mile Trail Race included veteran participants A crisp fall morning greeted runners that gathered at the Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre for the fifth-annual Valley View 5-Mile Trail Race, which was hosted by Liberty University’s Student Activities (SA) Saturday, Nov. 9. According to Elizabeth Karr, an SA employee, there …

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