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Bengals unfurl Salute

Posted Nov 6, 2015

Thursday night’s Salute to Service game at Paul Brown Stadium featured the Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon that wowed the sell-out crowd of 65,816 at halftime with its riveting precision drill straight from Washington D.C.

Thursday night’s Salute to Service game at Paul Brown Stadium featured the Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon that wowed the sell-out crowd of 65,816 at halftime with its riveting precision drill straight from Washington D.C.

“Salute to Service,” presented by USAA, ” the Official Military Appreciation Sponsor and Insurance Partner of the Bengals, also opened the evening with a giant flag unfurled by representatives of the armed forces.  The Bengals won the toss with a “Military Challenge Coin,” a tradition in the military used to identify units. The team and USAA also presented a segment on the scoreboard honoring active and veteran service members.

 

 

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