Oklahoma State University dedicates Military Veterinary Honor Court

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Stillwater, Okla. -- The Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health recently dedicated its newly constructed Military Veterinary Honor Court to recognize the efforts of OSU veterinarians who serve in the military during their careers.

Stillwater, Okla.

-- The Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health recently dedicated its newly constructed Military Veterinary Honor Court. The court was constructed to recognize the efforts of OSU veterinarians who serve in the military during their careers.

Since the college opened its doors in 1948, Oklahoma State University has graduated 400 military members. Thirty OSU veterinarians are currently serving.

On hand for the ceremony were Dr. Michael Lorenz, professor and dean of the veterinary center, the OSU Army ROTC Cowboy Battalion, LTC Will Beck, commander of the Army OSU ROTC detachment; MG James Sholar, deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army Reserve; Gerald McClain, commander of the Hanner-Sharp American Legion Post 129 in Stillwater, and veterinary center alumni, faculty, and staff.

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