Veterans Day Ceremony

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Friday, Nov. 10, 5:30 p.m.
College Station, Texas

The Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial board of directors will host its annual Veterans Day Ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10, in the Louis L. Adam Memorial Plaza of Veterans Park and Athletic Complex in College Station, Texas. View a recap of Veterans Day 2016 below:

>> 2016 Recap

Activities this year will commence with the “Honor Wall Roll Call,” a reading of military veteran names recently added to the memorial’s Wall of Honor. Today, there are more than 5,000 engraved names of military service men and women from the Brazos Valley.

Other musical renditions, remarks and presentations to follow include:

  • National Anthem & Texas Our Texas
  • Special recognition of Brazos Valley Heroes (Service Medley)
  • Keynote introduction **TBD**
  • Keynote remarks **TBD**
  • Rifle Salute by the Ross Volunteers
  • Taps

Wall of Honor 2017
The board of the Memorial for All Veterans, Inc. is accepting applications for placement of military veterans’ names on the Wall of Honor in 2017. The Wall of Honor, a centerpiece of the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial, is a patriotic and reverent tribute to all of the veterans (living, deceased, or currently serving) of our Armed Forces. The Wall provides an opportunity to honor the sacrifices made by your family members, friends, fellow service men and women, and it serves as an educational experience for generations to come.

>> Donate online
>> Download application

To contact the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial, click here.

The Memorial for all Veterans of the Brazos Valley, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our mission is to honor all veterans who have served in the uniformed services of the United States. The Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial grounds include 22 history panels and eight bronze statues within Veterans Park and Athletic Complex in College Station, Texas. The Memorial continues to be developed with generous support from the cities of Bryan and College Station, Brazos County, Arts Council of Brazos Valley, and numerous other individuals, corporations and organizations throughout the seven-county Brazos Valley region.