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Thanks to our friends at PepsiCo, EoF was invited to attend the 2017 Army Navy game in Philadelphia. This historic game has been taking place since 1890 and we couldn’t have been more excited to attend. The snowy weather didn’t stop the masses from attending this event and the EoF was there to highlight what we do. The new Silent...Read More
Due to a cancellation, this event was put together in record time, resulting in one of our favorite events of the year. The community of Bogalusa, Louisiana rolled up their sleeves and really showed us a tremendous level of support. With a powerful escort into town involving over twenty first responder vehicles, and a rapid set up thanks to the JROTC...Read More
While our traveling exhibit has been to the state of Louisiana multiple times in the past, this was our first venture out of the New Orleans area. Our location this time was at a brand new automotive center for the Baton Rouge Community College. Several Marines from 4th AAV BN and one former Lima Company Marine visited and spent several...Read More
This event marked the first time the EoF has ever been displayed at an equestrian event. With several competitions happening during the week, riders, vendors and local residents of the area stopped in to see the memorial. Held at the impressive Roberts Arena, the EoF team was enthused to see many familiar faces from the area pay a visit. Special...Read More
Record temperatures brought out over 500,000 people to this years Circleville Pumpkin Show. While this was the EoF’s third time attending the show, this year was extra special. “Silent Battle”, the new bronze sculpture created by Anita Miller bringing attention to veteran post-traumatic stress issues, was previewed by those in attendance. While the sculpture won’t be officially unveiled until March...Read More
Our September ended with a great one-day event, sponsored by the official transportation provider of the Eyes of Freedom; R+L Carriers. The event started with a large motorcycle escort that included not only the Eyes of Freedom but the large R+L Carriers Hometown Showcase trailer, both of which turned some heads if the large rumble of motorcycles wasn’t enough. Located...Read More
In terms of logistics, this event came onto our radar fairly recently. We met Frances Manzitto and her team from Clarksville, Tennessee in May of this year while we were on display in Ohio. Before we knew it, we were heading south to attend this year’s Welcome Home Veterans Celebration in Clarksville. This outdoor event also included a large field...Read More
Over a year in the planning, the EoF team was excited to finally meet Duane Lord of the Knights of Columbus and his dedicated team that hosted our traveling exhibit. There are some events in our history that just seem to be magnets for dozens of special moments. This was one of those events. Not only was our new audio...Read More
The Eyes of Freedom team couldn’t have been more excited when we got the invite to attend this year’s Marine Week. Having attended the Seattle, Phoenix and Nashville Marine Weeks in the past few years, we couldn’t wait to head to Detroit and experience another event that shows everything Marine related! The location of where the Eyes of Freedom was...Read More
Posted on: September 3rd, 2017, by Sean Flaharty
After over a year in the planning, the Eyes of Freedom finally made its visit to the Medina County Fair. Despite a couple days of rainy weather, around 100,000 fairgoers made their way around the fairgrounds and into the building where the EoF was on display. This marked the first time in our history that we debuted our brand new...Read More
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