JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - ETSU President, Brian Noland re-dedicated the veterans memorial which was recently moved to a new location on campus.
Members of the school's ROTC department placed a wreath at the memorial.
Retired Lieutenant General and former ETSU student, Ron Hite reminded everyone the importance of remembering those who served their country. "I think we should take a moment and pause and say thank you." said Hite. " Thank you for your service. For keeping us free and strong. That's what it takes to be a great nation."
Rolling Thunder arrived on motorcycles to conduct its missing man table ceremony. It's a symbol of those who are still missing in action.
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