FAYETTEVILLE, NC | Field of Honor | 2012

December 19, 2011  |   latest fields   |     |   6 Comments

May 12 through June 30 in 2012— Parade Field at the Airborne & Special Operations Museum

In May volunteers will gather to post hundreds of United States flags for Fayetteville’s 5th Annual Field of Honor display which will again be hosted by the Fayetteville, NC Downtown Alliance. This sea of red, white and blue waving in the breeze has become an annual tribute dedicated to our military and veterans.

Please join us as we walk amid the ordered rows of Old Glory where each full-sized flag waves atop an eight foot white staff in a stirring formation. Standing amid the flags, we remember and reflect in a salute of the living to those who died defending our nation and way of life.

Event Schedule:
Coming soon.

Benefiting Charities:
Airborne and Special Operations Museum Foundation.
Hosted By:
Fayetteville Downtown Alliance.
Local Organizing Committee:
Carin Savel
Paul Galloway
Marc Edwards
Mark-Henry Bergeron
Molly Arnold
DTA Reps: Josh Collins & Rodney Chamberlin
Sponsor Programs:
Coming soon.
Thanks To Our Sponsors:
Coming soon.
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6 Comments for this entry

    Anne Todd
    March 21st, 2012 on 8:35 pm

    The Fayetteville Area British Ladies’ Club would like to sponsor some flags this year. Must flags be in memory of individuals, or may we honor specific branches of service?

    Thank you.

    Johanna Weyant
    April 21st, 2012 on 5:45 pm

    Is it too late to sponsor a flag?

    Carol Parker
    May 4th, 2012 on 4:31 pm

    The employees of Watson Electrical, Fayetteville, NC are wanting to participate in a walk event in the month of June, 2012, as part of our Wellness Program. Do you have a date & time scheduled?

    Linda Burney
    May 6th, 2012 on 2:36 pm

    I would like to purchasde a field to be displayed. Whom do I contact?

    joann wade
    May 17th, 2012 on 10:41 pm

    we would like to purchase a flag , I live in stedman who do we contact?

    Randall miller
    July 4th, 2013 on 12:22 pm

    Why isn’t there an obelisk for Coast Guard?