USU President Noelle Cockett asks Aggie Family to Honor Veterans

Utah State University President Noelle Cockett is asking the Aggie family to honor veterans.

“We at State University want to give a special thanks to the veterans and their families for their support and service in defending the liberty and freedoms we all enjoy,” said President Cockett.

Those wishing to thank and honor a service man, woman, or veteran are asked to submit a photo and brief summary to be placed in the Taggart Student Center Salute to Service wall. Utah State football will host San Jose State Nov. 10 for the annual Salute to Service game. 

“We are privileged to count many veterans in our Aggie Family and in our local communities across Utah,” President Cockett continued. 

To submit a nominee, visit https://utahstateaggies.com/sports/2018/10/2/utah-state-football-salute-to-service.aspx.

The Utah State Salute to Service game is an annual tradition where the university honors veterans by partnering with Operation Hat Trick to raise funds for the Cache Valley Veterans Association. Operation Hat Trick is a national organization that raises money for wounded service members. 
 

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