Dolphins salute to servicemembers

The National Football League Miami Dolphins held their annual Veterans Day Celebration on Sunday, Nov. 9 in Miami’s Dolphin Stadium. The celebration, sponsored by the Veterans Administration, honors all veterans, past, present and future. Members of the 333rd Recruiting Squadron, in Melbourne, Fla., along with Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and the Coast Guard took place in a joint forces celebration. A large American flag in the shape of the U.S. was held and opened up by the servicemembers as the Army provided a Blackhawk helicopter flyover. Chief, Army Reserve Commanding General Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz administered the oath of enlistment to more than 60 men and woman who have made the commitment to serve this great nation in one of its military branches. (Photo courtesy of Lt. Col. Jeff Waters)

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