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Fayetteville, NC – Healing Field® 2020

October 3November 30

100 Bragg Blvd Fayetteville, NC

October 3rd – November 30th, 2020
Airborne and Special Operations Museum Parade Grounds
100 Bragg Blvd. Fayetteville, NC

Members of the U.S. military stand daily formations at home and overseas in ceremonies honoring their units, their organizations and the nation. The U.S. Army Airborne and Special Operations Museum annually posts United States flags in a formation on its Parade Grounds to honor the men and women of our Armed Forces who honor the Stars & Stripes through their service. It is fitting that our flag should honor those who have honored the flag.

Fayetteville’s Cool Spring Downtown District has joined with the Airborne and Special Forces Museum Foundation each year since 2008 to make possible this inspiring display with hundreds of U.S. flags flying on the museum’s Parade Grounds.

Each flag tells its own story by displaying a tag identifying both the person who sponsored the flag and the flag honoree. This living display of heroism flies as a patriotic tribute to the strength and unity of Americans, and honors all who are currently serving, those that have served, and the men and women who have made the supreme sacrifice for our nation’s security and freedom.
Flags will proudly display the name of its sponsor and honoree on the Parade Field of the U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum.
Flags may be purchased to honor the memory of a veteran or current service member from any branch of service.

To sponsor a $35 Field of Honor® Flag, visit https://shop.asomf.org/product-p/111111115.htm

Proceeds from the 2020 Field of Honor will benefit the Airborne & Special Operations Museum Foundation and the Cool Spring Downtown District.

Benefiting Charities:
Airborne & Special Operations Museum
Cool Spring Downtown District

Hosted By:
Cool Spring Downtown District, Inc.

Local Organizing Committee:
Project Chair: Bianca Shoneman
Co-Chair: Renee Lane
Public Relations Chair: Lauren Falls

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In The News

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FIELD OF HONOR 
The Fayetteville Observer
The 12th annual Field of Honor kicks off with an opening ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Airborne & Special Operations Museum, 100 Bragg Blvd. The display consists of hundreds of American flags honoring members of the military. The display will remain up through June 27. Call 910-223-1089 or go to visitdowntownfayetteville.com for more information.

From Memorial Day celebrations to dessert food truck rodeo, things to do this weekend in the Triangle and Fayetteville
11 ABC
Fayetteville Art Attack, Friday
Head to Hay Street in Fayetteville for a night filled with photographers, musicians, painters, tattoo artists, and other local artists who will showcase their talents in the streets of Downtown Fayetteville.

Here’s what’s going on in the Fayetteville area the week of June 14
The Fayetteville Observer
Field of Honor: Through June 27 at Airborne & Special Operations Museum, 100 Bragg Boulevard. Flags will fly on the museum parade ground in honor or in memory of military personnel. Visit asomf.org, or call 910-643-2778 for information.

Friday is last day to see Fayetteville’s Field of Honor
News Locker
Friday is the last day to see Fayetteville’s Field of Honor

Need to know for Friday, June 30
The Fayetteville Observer
The flags on display as part of the Field of Honor outside the Airborne & Special Operations Museum downtown will come down starting today. The museum is at 100 Bragg Blvd. Flags that were purchased and on display may be picked up starting Wednesday through July 15 at the museum.

Need to know for Monday, June 26
The Fayetteville Observer
Field of Honor: The flags on display as part of the Field of Honor outside the Airborne & Special Operations Museum downtown will come down Friday. The museum is at 100 Bragg Blvd.

Need to know for Friday, June 16
The Fayetteville Observer
Hundreds of flags remain on display at the Field of Honor outside the Airborne & Special Operations Museum downtown. The flags, which honor veterans and current military members, will remain on display through June 30. The museum is at 100 Bragg Blvd.

Need to know for Friday, May 5
The Fayetteville Observer
The opening ceremony for the North Carolina Field of Honor is May 20 at 11 a.m. The annual event features hundreds of flags in front of the Airborne & Special Operations Museum in downtown Fayetteville. The flags honor veterans, living or deceased, and current military members.

Old Glorious afternoon at ASOM
The Fayetteville Observer
For Lucas De La Pena, two rules stood out as he wrestled a flag larger than himself. “Be respectful, and don’t run,” said Lucas, a 7-year-old Cub Scout, as he placed the flagpole onto a thin strip of iron rebar jabbed into the field at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum Thursday afternoon.

Field of honor a breathtaking Memorial Day reminder
ABC 11
It’s a field of honor that celebrates the lives and courage of true American heroes. Each flag tells the story of service and sacrifice, and that is what we need to remember this three-day weekend.

Field of Honor Opening Ceremony June 30th
Our Military Life Blog
The Field of Honor Opening Ceremony will occur on May 20th at 10 a.m. and the field will stand until June 30th, 2017. This event is held yearly at  the Airborne and Special Operation Museum and is to honor those that serve, have served and those that have made the ultimate sacrifice.

Military instep calendar for Sunday, June 4
The Fayetteville Observer
Field of Honor: Through June 30, Airborne & Special Operations Museum. Flags honoring and remembering veterans, military personnel and war dead fly on the parade grounds. 

Field of Honor to be officially opened on Saturday
The Fayetteville Observer
More than 800 U.S. flags are now on display outside of the Airborne & Special Operations Museum as part of the annual Field of Honor. The three-foot ..

Our View: Check out the Field of Honor; better school security, please
The Fayetteville Observer
The first “Healing Field” was established on the first anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, on a lawn near the Sandy, Utah, City Hall. Since then, more than …

Need to Know for Tuesday, May 15
The Fayetteville Observer
1. Field of Honor: The opening ceremony for the annual event is Saturday at 10 a.m. The field features hundreds of flags in front of the Airborne …

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Start:
October 3
End:
November 30
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Venue

ASOM
100 Bragg Blvd
Fayetteville, NC 28301 United States
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