NFL teams to honor armed forces in 'Salute to Service' campaign

Each of the NFL's 32 teams will pay tribute to the branches of the U.S. Armed Forces as part of the NFL's "Salute to Service" campaign. Conceived by USAA, the new initiative aims to strengthen the relationship between NFL teams and the military community by honoring local military units from each branch of service on game day. Teams will wear decals on their helmets with the insignia of the U.S. Armed Forces (Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy), and will highlight the relationship between clubs and local military units in broadcast and online media throughout the "Salute to Service" campaign.

Arizona Cardinals

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The Cardinals STS game on November 10 will be presented by USAA. The Color Guard will be presented by the United States Marine Corp, Recruiting Station - Phoenix, and the Air National Guard will lead the team out of the tunnel. The National Anthem will be sung by MSGT. JARROD COUNCIL - United States Air Force, and more than 130 military volunteers will assist with the field size American flag. A special stadium card stunt will be performed to honor military members and veterans. The halftime entertainment will be the Madison Rising band led by Navy veteran DAVE BRAY. The Cardinals and USAA will start the week at Luke Air Force Base. Cardinals' players, cheerleaders, and mascot Big Red will be make appearances. The team will also host a Pros vs. GI Joe's event.

Atlanta Falcons

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Falcons STS game will take place on November 10. More than 100 soldiers from the Georgia Army National Guard will assist with a giant American flag while one solider performs the National Anthem. Five soldiers will lead the team onto the field. A local choir and vocalist will perform "God Bless America" at halftime to honor all military branches. To commemorate September 11, ROBERT MCCLAIN, MATT BOSHER, COREY PETERS, LAMAR HOLMES and other Falcons players and cheerleaders visited Dobbins Air Force Base on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Players signed autographs, took pictures and played video games with soldiers in the Middle East via webcam. Soldiers enjoyed a private lunch while JONATHAN MASSAQUOI thanked them for their service.

Baltimore Ravens

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Ravens STS game will take place on November 10. The game will include a special pre-game ceremony honoring veterans and wounded warriors, in addition to having a live feed of Maryland National Guard troops in Afghanistan. The Ravens will invite family members of those service members on the live feed to watch the test taping on November 8. Baltimore's Marching Ravens will perform patriotic songs and Ravens cheerleaders will be sporting red, white and blue pom-poms. 

Buffalo Bills

National Guard

The Bills will host a number of on-field initiatives for their STS game on November 17. With the help of Bills players and coaches, the New York National Guard will unfurl and unveil a full-field American flag during pregame festivities and will conduct a live reaffirmation ceremony on-field at halftime. The Bills will host 10 members of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard on-field prior to kickoff to be honored for their service. On Tuesday, Nov. 12, the Bills Toyota Rookie Club including EJ MANUEL, ROBERT WOODS and KIKO ALONSO will host a bowling night at Orchard Park Lanes for military members and their families. 

Carolina Panthers

Military Order of the Purple Heart

The Panthers will host seven Vietnam and Korean War veterans, all Purple Heart Recipients, at their STS game on Monday, Nov. 18. Panthers' players will wear Purple Heart stickers on their helmets and a proclamation from the Military Order of the Purple Heart will be presented, establishing the Panthers and Bank of America Stadium the first Purple Heart team/stadium. Troops selected for the Panthers "Operation Game Day" program will lead the team out of the tunnel and will serve as guest captains for the coin toss. GENERAL DANIEL B. ALLYN, Commanding General of the US Army Forces Command, will lead an on-field pre-game military enlistment ceremony. America the Beautiful will be performed by a Military Children's Choir composed of Gold Star Children and children from both Ft. Bragg and Camp Lejeune. The 82nd Airborne Chorus will perform the national anthem while a multi-service Color Guard and 130 troops unveil a field-sized American flag. The USO Show Troupe will perform during halftime. The Panthers and USO of North Carolina will invite players, TopCats cheerleaders and Sir Purr to visit troops at Fort Jackson Army base in Columbia, SC on November 12.

Chicago Bears

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Bears STS game is November 10.  Staff Sergeant RANDY WHIGHT from the United States Army Field Band will sing our National Anthem while 100 members of the military from the various branches will unfurl a large American Flag. A soldier will lead the Bears onto the field while carrying an American Flag. GENERAL ROBERT CONE, 4-star general from the U.S. Army, and a Purple Heart recipient will be the Honorary Captain. Halftime will feature a Purple Heart presentation and re-enlistment ceremony, both performed by General Cone. A World War II Marine veteran will be recognized during the Bears/Boeing Military Salute in the third quarter. 

Cincinnati Bengals

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Bengals are partnering with Operation Home Front for their STS activities. During the Bengals game on November 17, the team will recognize service men and women during halftime activities, with a special presentation. The Ohio National Guard will present the colors prior to the game. A flyover will take place thanks to the Tri-State Warbird Museum and Cincinnati WarBirds. Pre-taped messages from service men and women will be shown on the video boards throughout the game.

Cleveland Browns

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

As part of the Browns' "Hats Off to Our Heroes" program, Trent Richardson and Alex Mack, were among several players who connected with military representatives overseas on Oct. 30 through a unique video game opportunity made possible by Pros vs. GI Joe. Joining the players for the competition locally were individuals from each branch of the military and representatives from the USO of Northern Ohio. The Nov. 4 game recognized volunteers and advocates of the Greater Cleveland Fisher House, who are committed to establishing a local place for those injured in battle to recover alongside their families. Each branch of the military held stars reflecting their branch of service, while Browns Season Ticket Holders who served the country held the American Flag as Chanel Curry, Army Specialist, performed the national anthem. Marine Recruiting Station Cleveland presented the colors. The 180th Fighter Wing from Toledo performed a military flyover. War veterans were recognized through the "Hats Off to Our Heroes" Honor Row tribute. Sgt. Cory Endlich, who was killed in action in 2007, was recoginzed at halftime. His family was presented with the Honor and Remember flag. Also during halftime, the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War was acknowledged with the presentation of the UN and United States flags alongside Korean War Veterans. The Browns also hosted a culture change forum with the Army that focuses on concussion and traumatic brain injury awareness.

Dallas Cowboys

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Cowboys honored military leaders – past, present and future during their November 3 game. Wounded Warriors Project personnel joined US Army 470th Military Intelligence Brigade and ROTC cadets in presenting a 100-yard field flag during the national anthem. The Air Force hosted an enlistment ceremony pre-game on the plaza and Cowboys Cheerleaders were honored with American Legion's highest honor – the Distinguished Service Medal. The team presented the USO Dallas Fort Worth, the Wounded Warrior Project and the Military Warrior Support Foundation each with $56,000 charitable contributions. During halftime, more than 400 military members participated in a celebration on field. Game sponsor Dr. Pepper presented two military members with $10,000 college scholarships and banking partner Bank of America assisted the Military Warrior Support Foundation in presenting a mortgage-free home to a military serviceman.  

Denver Broncos

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Broncos will partner with USAA as a sponsor for their STS game on November 17. There will be a USAA Challenge Coin for the Coin Toss and 22 Soldiers will line the player introduction tunnel with American Flags. The Broncos will host a reception for 200 military guests prior to game. The team will honor a soldier deployed in Kuwait and their family as the Military Family of the game. During half-time, all branches of the military will be honored on field 22 members from each branch including wounded warriors and the Colorado National Guard. The Air Force Academy Drum and Bugle Corp will play the service medleys for each branch as well as America the Beautiful. For the second year in a row, the Military Caravan tour will visit Fort Carson Army Base to recognize the 4th Combat Aviation Brigade and the 52nd Engineer Battalion for their efforts in the recent natural disasters in the state.

Detroit Lions

National Guard

The Lions STS game will occur on November 24. More than 150 active military and veterans will be participating in special pre-game ceremonies. All veterans of the military in attendance will be asked to stand and be recognized for their service. The team will honor a "Hometown Hero" during a special in-game ceremony. The Lions will be hosting representatives from the National Guard on November 23 to view practice and interact with players.

Green Bay Packers

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Packers will celebrate their STS game on November 10 at Lambeau Field. Fans will participate in an in-stadium camouflage design card stunt. Local ROTC students will assist with the card stunt set up and execution. The Packers are partnering with the American Red Cross and the Holiday Mail for Heroes campaign so fans can create holiday cards to be sent overseas to soldiers. Local soldiers will hold star flags on the field representing each branch of the military during the national anthem. The All Veterans Parachute Team will parachute into the stadium at halftime.

Houston Texans

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Texans STS game day presented by Bud Light, November 17, will host more than 400 members of the military. Former presidents GEORGE H.W. BUSH and GEORGE W. BUSH will be the Homefield Advantage Captain and Coin Toss Captain. Military members from all branches will hold the American and Texas flag pre-game while the Gatlin Brothers sing the National Anthem. Challenger, a free flying bald eagle, will also be released. The Texans will honor local troops from the USO, Wounded Warrior Project, Lone Star Veteran's Association and Operation FINALLY HOME. They will hold a "Stars & Strikes" bowling event for 100 active military members joined by players, cheerleaders, Lady Texans and TORO. The Texans will also hold a home dedication event with Operation FINALLY HOME. CHRISTOPHER SULLIVAN, will receive the keys to his mortgage-free home, located in Alvin, Texas. The Texans will hold a military BBQ and open practice for the USO, Wounded Warrior Project and LSVA with a performance from USO Liberty Bells.

Indianapolis Colts

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Colts will partner with Snowball Express to honor 175 family members of fallen soldiers as their 12th Man Fans of the Game on November 10. The Colts will pass out camouflage ribbons to fans prior to the game with WISH-TV Channel 8. They will also team up with the American Red Cross to give fans the opportunity to sign holiday cards for servicemen and women through the Holiday Mail for Heroes program. During the national anthem, more than 125 representatives from all branches of the military will present a full-field flag. On Monday, Nov. 11, players and team mascot, Blue, in partnership with Harrison College, will deliver care packages to veterans at the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Jaguars STS game will be November 17 with over 7,000 tickets being donated to active, retired and reservist personnel and their dependents. The team will recognize World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War veterans. The team will be lead out of the tunnel by Sailors and Marines from Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay. A moment of silence will be held, followed by a 21-gun salute conducted by the NAS Jacksonville Honor Support Team. The National Anthem will be performed by the Navy Band Southeast and an American field flag will be held by members of the Florida National Guard and each military branch. The Colors will be presented by both a Joint Color Guard and a Veterans Color Guard. An induction ceremony will involve more than 200 recruits from all branches and a group of wounded warriors will be recognized on the field. The Jaguars Foundation 50/50 Raffle for Charity during the game will benefit K9s for Warriors. The Jaguars will host a private practice for active duty military personnel hosted by Florida Blue and the Honorable Alvin Brown. Jaguars team owner Shad Kahn will inaugurate the City of Jacksonville Veterans Resource and Reintegration Center with a $1 million dollar grant from the Jaguars Foundation.

Kansas City Chiefs

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Chiefs game on November 12 will recognize MAJOR GENERAL FUNK, a two star general based out of Ft. Riley, KS, serving as the Drum Honoree. The Joint Forces Honor Guard will be presenting the colors while USAF Staff Sergeant ANGIE JOHNSON, a finalist on "The Voice," sings the National Anthem and a 60-yard American Flag will be held by 100 representatives of each branch of the military. As the Chiefs players take the field during pregame introductions, they will be led by a local solider waiving an American flag. On November 12, the Chiefs defensive line, Chiefs Cheerleaders and K.C. Wolf will make its annual good-will visit to Whiteman AFB. The visit will include a PLAY 60 assembly at Whiteman Elementary and tour of the base's control tower and airfield. On November 19, the Chiefs Rookie Club will visit a local school to promote the American Red Cross' Holiday Mail for Heroes initiative.

Miami Dolphins

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Dolphin STS game will take place November 17. One hundred local military personnel will form the player introduction line for the team to run through during introductions and Military tickets will be donated by GovX. A wounded warrior and a military family will be recognized on field by two sponsors, Cayman Islands and Norwegian Cruise Line. Halftime will consist of US Veteran pilots doing a mini-air show and all branches service songs. On October 24, the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders visited the USCG Dolphin Cutter and took photos and visited with the Coast Guard. On November 24, the Dolphins will host 50 members of the North Carolina National Guard. This group of men and women hosted the Cheerleaders for the 2013 Super Bowl in Egypt, while they were on an AFE tour visiting the troops. Now back stateside, this group will be on the field for pre-game and honored later in the game.

Minnesota Vikings

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Vikings have partnered with the Minneapolis Department of Veterans of Foreign Wars for their STS activations. On November 12 the Vikings will visit the VA Medical Center and MN Veterans Home. Current players, cheerleaders and Viktor the Viking will visit VA Medical Center in the morning and give hats to the veterans and administrative staff that the players will sign. In the afternoon alumni players will visit MN Veterans Home, play bingo and provide Vikings prizes for the winners including hats to be given to the veterans. 

New England Patriots

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

More than 100 active, former and retired military service members will take part in the pregame ceremonies at the Patriots game on November 24. All five branches of the military will be represented and will range from World War II veterans to today's service members. These individuals will be introduced onto the field prior to the national anthem and will unveil an American flag stretching across the entire length of the field. As part of the Celebrate Volunteerism initiative, during Military Awareness Volunteerism week, the Patriots Charitable Foundation will conduct several visits to veterans' hospitals with current and former Patriots players.

New Orleans Saints

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Saints will hold their STS game on November 10. The game's ticket design pays tribute to the Wounded Warrior Project. There will be a military card stunt by USAA during the anthem which will be performed by CASSADEE POPE of NBC's The Voice. The Victory Belles of the World War II Museum will perform pre-game. During the game, a New Orleans soldier currently stationed in Okinawa, Japan will be reunited with her family and a Louisiana Joint Services Swear-in ceremony will take place. Joint Color Guards will present the Colors prior to kickoff and 100 members of all military branches will hold individual American flags. A military tribute and a special Ring of Honor ceremony will take place at halftime. Saints Safety ROMAN HARPER will participate in the Pros vs. G.I. Joes Game and the team will also participate in the ARC's Holiday Mail for Heroes program. There will be a Saints/USAA visit with players to the Belle Chasse Naval Air Base during the week leading up to the game.

New York Giants

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Giants will honor our servicemen and women on November 10. In addition to an annual food drive, the Giants will honor the United States Coast Guard Band pre-game and members of all five military branches will unfurl a 100-yard flag. Wounded Warrior Project soldiers will create the gauntlet for players to run through as they enter the field. There will be a special salute in which current or retired military fans in the stands will be asked to stand and be recognized. During one of the time outs, Chase will be presenting a home to a returning wounded soldier.

New York Jets

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Jets will celebrated military appreciation with an unprecedented day to honor men and women who have served and are serving as members of the armed forces. The Jets had the largest enlistment ceremony ever to be held at a sporting event with 30 future soldiers and 24 Airmen. Children of military members created the player gauntlet for player introductions. The USO Show Troupe, formally known as the Liberty Belles, performed patriotic tunes pregame and the National Anthem. Cadets and Veterans dating back to World War II were present to hold the full field flag during the National Anthem and the West Point Band performed at halftime. The American Forces Network aired the Jets game in 175 countries and to all ships at sea. BRIGADIER GENERAL RICHARD D. CLARKE, COL. RICHARD E. WILLIAMSON, JR., CAPTAIN GORDON LOEBL, and Lieutenant GENERAL ROBERT L. CASLEN, JR., served as honorary captains. The Jets also worked with the Wounded Warriors Project to invite members to the practice facility for a meet and greet.

Oakland Raiders

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The California National Guard, a new Raiders sponsor this season, will be the title sponsor of the Raiders STS game on November 24. The game will begin on-field with a military reenlistment, followed by a performance from the Travis Air Force Ceremonial Marching Band.  A large American flag will be unfurled by the National Guard after the presentation of colors. In addition to the game day assets devoted to honoring the military, the National Guard and the Oakland Raiders will be hosting RON WHITE and his Memory Wall.  Decorated veterans and active duty military will be highlighted on the in-stadium video board. Raiders players will visit two National Guard recruitment offices in the Bay area on November 12 and 19.  During each home game, the California National Guard provides the Raiders with Color Guard, and "Tunnel of Influence," soldiers who help welcome the team to the field during introductions.

Philadelphia Eagles

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Eagles STS game on November 17 will begin with five military members leading the team onto the field while holding their branch's flag. The National Anthem will be sung by GENERALD WILSON, a retired Navy officer, as current military members hold a full-field flag. Honorary captains will be Captains in the military. The Eagles will feature a video tribute as a thank you to troops and play numerous vignettes of player shout-outs. 

Pittsburgh Steelers

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Steelers' STS game will take place on November 10. The team will honor a veteran from every war including World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan during pregame ceremonies. The soldiers will stand with the players during the National Anthem, which will be sung by ARMY SGT. CORRIN CAMPBELL from Fort Knox, Ky. The U.S. Air Force Band will perform during pregame and the Marine Corp League Three Rivers Leatherneck Detachment 310 will present our nation's colors.  Veterans from the USS Requin will lead the Terrible Towel twirl. A joint services swearing-in ceremony of new recruits will take place at halftime led by Lt. GENERAL WILLIAM "GUS" PAGONIS. The team will also host the American Red Cross Holiday Mail for Heroes program where fans can sign cards for service members, veterans and military families.

St. Louis Rams

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Rams have partnered with Boeing and the USO of Missouri for the STS game. The Rams and Boeing have teamed up to provide 1,500 tickets to the USO of Missouri. The Rams, Boeing and the USO are teaming up to launch the Home & Away Campaign in St. Louis. The national anthem will be performed by retired United States Navy OFFICER GENERALD WILSON. The colors will be presented by Lincoln University Army ROTC and local Boy Scouts will unfurl a large United States flag. During halftime, the Band of Mid America out of Scott Air Force Base will perform and military members in attendance will receive a special salute. The Rams will continue their traditional in-game Soldier Salute when they recognize a wounded warrior on the field. Cornerback JANORIS JENKINS will participate in a special military appreciation post-game meet and greet.  The Rams hosted military members and veterans for a private practice at Rams Park in addition to participating in the Holiday Mail for Heroes effort.

San Diego Chargers

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

At the Chargers STS game on Nov. 10 an Ex-Navy Seals Parachute Team will parachute into the stadium followed by a special performance by Navy Band Southwest. There will be two USAA Salute to Service Moments – the first where the team will honor a military family on the field and the second where the announcers will ask fans currently serving in the military and veterans to stand and be recognized. Color Guards from all military branches will present the colors while 100 National Guardsmen will unfurl a big flag. Service emblems will be on the field during the anthem and as part of the coin toss, an official USAA coin will be used. The team will then "coin" a member of the military.  During the first quarter break, the Chargers and USAA will hold a card stunt thanking our troops.  During half-time a summary of the Chargers training camp event on board the USS Ronald Reagan will occur followed by a performance by the 3rd MAW Band from MCAS Miramar. The Chargers will recognize USAF retired COL.  WITZENBURGER who flew 200 combat missions in World War II and Korea. The Chargers are hosting 20 wounded warriors from Naval Medical Center San Diego to a tour of the training facility and a meet-and-greet with players after practice on Thursday, Nov. 7.

San Francisco 49ers

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

On November 10, the 49ers will team up with the Wounded Warriors Project, Operation Care and Comfort, Navy SEAL Foundation and Defender's Lodge to honor 150 military men and women in a STS halftime ceremony. Each organization will stand on the field while an American flag is unfurled by military representatives. The team will treat military families to an on field surprise reunion with a loved one who has just returned from overseas. Soldiers will run from the locker room tunnel to their families, who will be waiting on the 50-yard line. Fans will play an active role as they perform a card stunt displaying a visual and impactful salute to America and our service men and women at the end of the ceremony. The 49ers will also be joined by the United States Army Drill Team.

Seattle Seahawks

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard

Seahawks STS game is on November 17. The team will host a gate drive in partnership with Cell Phones for Soldiers Inc. to collect second hand or gently used cell phones. U.S. Army Staff Sergeant and Medal of Honor recipient LEROY PETRY will lead the team out of the tunnel. During the anthem, a field size U.S. flag will be unfurled. Medal of Honor recipient and Vietnam veteran BRUCE CRANDALL will raise the 12th MAN Flag. Major Crandall led over 900 combat missions in two tours of duty during the Vietnam War. His heroics were featured in the film "We Were Soldiers". 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Buccaneers will partner with USAA, USO Tampa Bay, and Vincent Jackson's Jackson in Action 83 Foundation for their STS activities. On November 11 the Buccaneers will partner with USAA for their STS Game and all military branches will be represented at the game. The game will feature honorary coin toss captain, Brenda Holsinger, widow of General Norman Schwarzkopf, and a large flag that will be held by 140 military service men and women. The anthem will be sung by the United States Army Chorus and the game will include a USAA card stunt. On October 15 the Buccaneers made an appearance at MacDill Air Force Base. On November 5 the Buccaneers will host a USAA STS barbeque at the Coast Guard Sector St. Petersburg and Bay Pines Veterans' Hospital. On November 7 the Buccaneers will host a Military Resource Fair at Raymond James Stadium.

Tennessee Titans

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard

The Titans STS game is on November 10. The day will begin with a re-enlistment ceremony for members of the Army stationed at nearby Fort Campbell Army Base. Halftime will include the Tennessee Army and Air Guard band, who will be joined by color guards of each of the five branches of the military. Country music artist, LEE GREENWOOD, will also be present to perform his patriotic hit, "Proud to Be an American!" The Titans STS efforts will continue on Nov. 15 by assisting with a fundraising dinner for the USO at LP Field, which will be attended by players, cheerleaders and staff members.  The team will also salute its favorite veteran at the Jacksonville game, K.S. "BUD" ADAMS, Jr., who recently passed away on Oct. 21 at age 90.  Adams was a co-founder of the American Football League with Lamar Hunt in 1959 and owned the team until his passing.  Adams was a U.S. Naval veteran who served in World War II.  Adams was the NFL's inaugural "Salute to Service Award" winner in 2012 and it's very fitting that the team's first game following his death.

Washington Redskins

Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and National Guard

The Redskins, including their partners and sponsors, are supporting local military communities. On September 24, the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation held the Salute to Play 60: Military Challenge, challenging more than 500 children of military families across 13 installations to lead healthier and more active lifestyles. Participants competed in the one-month PLAY 60 Challenge to be crowned their Installations' PLAY 60 Champion and earn an opportunity to attend a Redskins home game and be a part of the pre-game ceremonies. On November 2, wounded warriors and active duty soldiers will join more than 50 Redskins Alumni for a military appreciation event at Fort Belvoir. The Redskins and USAA will celebrate members of each military branch on the field and on the video boards as part of the team's "Operation Salute Our Troops" campaign at the team's STS game on November 25.

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