JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Florida Gov. Rick Scott honored 308 veterans with the Governor’s Veterans Service Award Monday morning in Jacksonville.
The award is given in honor of their service to Florida and the nation.
“It was an honor to present 308 veterans with the Governor’s Veterans Service Award in Jacksonville. Because of the service and sacrifice of our veterans, the Governor’s Veterans Service Award serves as a testament of our thanks to the veterans and military members who have served and protected Florida families,” said Scott.
The ceremony was held at Maxwell C. Snyder Armory Headquarters 146th ESB in Jacksonville.
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