The annual parade and Ceremony of Honor recognized “Veterans of the Cold War.” Retired Brigadier General and Director of the Kansas Commission of Veteran Affairs Bill Turner was the featured speaker and recalled serving in Nuremburg Germany in 1987
Turner says in those days his team understood well what was expected of them and what they were expected to fight, remaining confident in their tactics and procedures.
Tuner gave some background on the Cold War
Tuner finished his speech with advice for current active duty soldiers:
During the ceremony area students were recognized for their winning essays. They included 1st place winners Emily Keenan and Cooper Lister, 2nd place winners Chuck Fuemmeler and Jackson Peschel, and 3rd place winners Jack Thurston and Opal Tremblay.