The Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame is asking the public to nominate former veterans who served honorably and went on serve their community here at home for induction.
The Hall of Fame recognizes veterans for their accomplishments after serving in the military. Other than the requirement that nominees served honorably on active duty, details of a nominee's military accomplishments are not considered for the award.
"There are a lot of great Ohio veterans out there who've made a real difference to the people in their communities, and we want to be sure that they get the recognition they deserve," said Tom Moe, Director of the Ohio Department of Veterans Services.
Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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