On November 14th, the Eagles and Commanders had a special Monday night game dedicated to recognizing the contributions of minority veterans. As part of this event, Aces Veterans Museum was honored for its commitment to preserving the memory and legacy of our veterans. Not only did they recognize past accomplishments but also celebrated one very special veteran–Corporal Benjamin Berry, a 98-year-old World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Army and fought in the Battle of the Bulge.
This night was an incredible way to pay tribute to all those extraordinary people who have served our nation so valiantly throughout history—especially Corporal Benjamin Berry who at 98 years old proved that courage is ageless! This event was also a reminder that we should never forget what these brave individuals have done for us, and how their story lives on within Aces Veterans Musuem.