Veterans Day Celebrations at Dartmouth

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Dartmouth honored veterans with a breakfast, a history discussion, and the traditional retreat ceremony on the Green.

Jacob Crawford playing the trumpet while ROTC lowers the flag
Jacob Crawford ’27 plays the trumpet during the Dartmouth ROTC Veterans Day retreat ceremony on the Green Friday evening. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
ROTC folding the American flag
Members of the Dartmouth ROTC lower and fold the flag during the retreat ceremony. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
"Half American" book cover
History professor Matthew Delmont’s book, Half American: The Epic Story of African Americans Fighting World War II at Home and Abroad. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
Matt Delmont and Leslie Butler
Matthew Delmont, the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor of History, talks about his book at a Veterans Day lecture Thursday evening at the Rockefeller Center with history professor Leslie Butler. (Photo by Katie Lenhart)
Morgan Ogreen at the podium during Veterans Day breakfast
Morgan Ogreen, a former Navy helicopter pilot and the assistant dean of undergraduate veteran students, addresses attendees at the Veterans Day Recognition Breakfast at the Class of 1953 Commons North Dining Hall. (Photo by Kata Sasvari)
People enjoy the Veterans breakfast
Cheryl Guerin, associate vice president of human resources, at right, talks with Sarah Westney, the production office business coordinator at the Hop, while former research professor Paul Thompson, in the green sweater, talks with math professor Peter Winkler at the Veterans Day breakfast.     (Photo by Kata Sasvari)
Ian Short laughs in uniform
First Lt. Ian Short,  the Dartmouth ROTC director of operations and undergraduate veterans program coordinator, at the Veterans Day breakfast. (Photo by Kata Sasvari)
Sara Lester speaks at the Veterans breakfast
Chief Human Resources Officer Sara Lester speaks at the Veterans Day breakfast. (Photo by Kata Sasvari)