The Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum honors America’s military veterans with a special program and lunch on November 11, 2019. The program begins at 11:30 AM with the presentation ending at 1 PM. All military (active, retired and veterans) are welcome to attend the program for free, but must register in advance. General admission applies to non-members and all other guests. This lunch program features posting of the colors and a keynote speaker. Veterans are encouraged to attend this event in uniform. Admission is paid at the door upon arrival to the Museum, but an RSVP is required prior to the event. A complimentary light lunch is included with your admission to this program. Please RSVP by November 2.
A seven-year veteran, Nick Rucker, has been through deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. During his time in the Army, Rucker worked in small-arms repair, fixing weapons for U.S. troops and other coalition forces. In Afghanistan, he flew more than 60 missions providing support to the Afghan National Army, the Turkish Army and Polish Special Forces. He is a soldier and a country singer. Based out of Omaha, Neb. Rucker uses his life experiences and emotions to distinguish his gritty sound and meaningful lyrical content.
In the last few years, Rucker has played more than 150 concerts. He has released several music videos and established many noteworthy relationships.
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