Two Tennessee Army National Guard helicopters landed one by one on the MTSU football practice field, stirring up grass, dirt and debris and prompting children..
A recognition of MTSU veterans who served — including five who died — in World War I, the legacy from that war, a veterans’ picnic..
Veterans from all eras will be recognized and those from World War I will be featured Friday, Nov. 2, during MTSU‘s 37th Annual Salute to Veterans and Armed..
As part of MTSU’s “Red, White and Blue Weekend” two days before the nation honored its former service members and active-duty personnel on Veterans Day,..
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