National Infantry Museum Hosts Veterans Day Paver Dedication Ceremony

The National Infantry Museum hosts its annual Veterans Day Paver Ceremony, November 11, 2016, at the National Infantry Museum. (Photos by Patrick A. Albright/MCoE PAO)

By Christopher J. Warner, MCoe PAO /

FORT BENNING, Ga. (Nov. 11) – Veterans, soldiers, civilians and military families from across the valley gathered to celebrate Veterans Day at the National Infantry Museum.

 

The Paver Dedication Ceremony honors all veterans, past, present and future. This year’s guest speaker was retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. William P. Duke.

Lt. Col. (Ret) William P. Duke gives remarks as the guest speaker at the Paver Dedication Ceremony November 11, 2016 at the National Infantry Museum. (Photo by: Patrick A. Albright / MCoE PAO)

Lt. Col. (Ret) William P. Duke gives remarks as the guest speaker at the Paver Dedication Ceremony November 11, 2016 at the National Infantry Museum. (Photo by Patrick A. Albright / MCoE PAO)

 

The pavers that lines the NIM’s main walk-way to Inouye Field are a way to show respect to our veterans and acknowledge the immeasurable sacrifices veterans and their families are still giving to this day.

Veterans, Soldiers, and civilians gather for the Paver Dedication Ceremony November 11, 2016 at the National Infantry Museum. (Photo by: Patrick A. Albright / MCoE PAO)

Veterans, Soldiers, and civilians gather for the Paver Dedication Ceremony November 11, 2016 at the National Infantry Museum. (Photo by Patrick A. Albright / MCoE PAO)

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