WWII and Korean Veterans Honored at Reese's Senior Bowl

WWII and Korean Veterans Honored at Reese's Senior Bowl

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Veterans of World War Two and Korea will be among those being honored before this year's Reese's Senior Bowl in Mobile.

 

And all of those veterans who would like to participate are being asked to sign up now so arrangements can be made to get them to the game.

Dr. Barry Booth, the man behind Honor Flight South Alabama, says many World War Two veterans who participated in Honor Flight will be notified.

However, he doesn't have contact with Korean War Veterans.

If you're a veteran of Korea and would like to participate, Dr. Booth wants to hear from you.
The Reese's Senior Bowl is set for Saturday, January 25th at Ladd Peebles stadium and will be broadcast on the NFL network.
Contact Dr. Booth: 251-626-3211.

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