Be a Part of the Veteran’s History Project
Help Us Preserve Our Veteran’s Stories
FOX 50, in conjunction with The Library of Congress and Campbell University, has launched an initiative called “A Veteran’s Story.”
FOX 50’s community initiative is part of a bigger program created by The Library of Congress in an attempt to preserve the stories and memories of our veterans. “A Veteran’s Story” is looking for local veterans of any war and any rank to participate. Sadly our veterans are passing away daily and we see this as a great way to make sure their stories are remember for all time.
Our veterans have given so much to this country. Their stories of honor, sacrifice, and determination are ones that should be shared not only with us…but for future generations as well.
FOX 50 and Campbell University are proud to participate in the Veteran’s History Project.
The National Veterans History Project was created in 2000 with the mission to preserve memories, accounts and documents from war veterans (men and women, military and civilian) who served in World War I, World War II, or the Korean, Vietnam or Persian Gulf Wars.
We are looking for our local veterans ready and willing to share their personal stories with the public. These stories will be recorded and forever archived at the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress.
If you, or someone you know would like to preserve their story for future generations, call Campbell University:
(800) 334-4111 ext. HERO (4376)
(910) 814-HERO (4376)
Help us remember the heroes and sacrifices of our service men and women. Join us in the VETERANS HISTORY PROJECT.
Thanks to FOX 50’s Kevin Kolbe for this capcom story & graphic.