Marywood University's Office of Military and Veterans Services along with the Student Veteran Alliance recognizes the sacrifice that all of America's military servicemen and woman have made for our freedoms. It is one of the main purposes of this office and the veteran club to make sure that those sacrifices don't go unnoticed. This page is intended to keep a running history of Marywood's Veterans Day events for many years to come.
Marywood University's Office of Military and Veterans Services along with Marywood University's Student Veteran Alliance held many Veterans Day activities. Events included the 1st Annual Veterans Appreciation Luncheon, Flags for the Fallen, and the Veterans Day National Roll Call.
Above: Marywood University Veteran's were honored during an appreciation luncheon that took place in the Nazareth Student Center on Friday, November 11th.
Above: Deputy Adjutant General for Pennsylvania Veterans Affairs, Michael Gould speaks with the Vice President of the National Leadership Council of the Student Veterans of America, Joshua Lang.
Above: Sister Anne Munley, IHM President of Marywood University speaks with Deputy Adjutant General, Michael Gould, and the Executive Officer of the ROTC Royal Warrior Battalion, Major Kris Thompson.
Above: Marywood Student Veterans listen to Deputy Adjutant General Michael Gould's Veterans Day speech in the Nazareth Student Center.
Above: Lauren Williams, Director of the Office of Military and Veteran Services along with members of the Student Veteran Alliance, and distinguished guests pose in front of the Flags for the Fallen display.
Above: Marywood University's "Flags for the Fallen" display. More than 6600 flags were displayed to represent the fallen servicemen and women of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Above: Marywood Army ROTC Cadets conducted the presentation of colors during Marywood's Veterans Day events.
Above: Marywood pays tribute to America's hereos; Marywood Student and Army Veteran Chris Smith reads the names of the fallen heros in the background.
Above: Marywood University student and Naval Reservist Andrew Kudasik reads the names of fallen veterans during Marywood University's "Honor the Fallen" event.
Above: Marywood University student and Marine Corp Veteran Mark Beezup reads names of the fallen during Marywood University's "Honor the Fallen" event.