PARK CITY, Utah. — Every year on Veterans Day, a field of flags is set out to honor and pay respect to our nation’s veterans and active duty military in front of the Park City Miner’s Hospital. The event is held by the National Ability Center (NAC), a local non-profit dedicated to providing outdoor adaptive recreation experiences to active duty military, veterans and their families, as well as individuals with different abilities.
“At the NAC, we are committed to honoring the incredible sacrifice our military personnel and veterans have made on behalf of our freedom, and this Veterans Day is no different,” Kevin Stickelman, CEO of the National Ability Center said. “In fact, we have the added responsibility and pleasure of extending our appreciation to the immeasurable ways first responders and healthcare workers have risen to recent challenges.”
In the form of more than 150 flags, this is a salute to our nation’s heroes is worth seeing in person. The display of appreciation runs from Monday, Nov. 9 through Friday, Nov. 16.