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National University gives troops VIP experience


National University provided 50 troops representing the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines with a memorable day at Bank of America Stadium during the Carolina Panthers "First Look" practice on June 14.

The soldiers enjoyed a VIP experience, which included special sideline access for all the scrimmage action and the opportunity to get autographs from Panthers players following practice.

"Thursday was not only great day to be an American soldier and Panthers fan, but it was a day filled with pride, joy and appreciation," said Army Chief Warrant Officer Charles Talley. "I feel fortunate to have been invited to such a great team and community building event and appreciate National University for giving us the opportunity and the experience."

The event marked a second in a series of military outreach efforts by the team and National University. In May, head coach Ron Rivera and linebacker Jon Beason visited troops at Camp LeJeune.


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