Ole Pete is adding blue and white to his game day crimson gear for the Saturday, Nov. 8, game versus
Las Cruces is a hub of military service from enlisted men and women, officers and those that serve in the National Guard and most of them have at one time or another gone overseas to stand in harms way so we can live the life we enjoy here in the Mesilla Valley. But this game has so much more to it.
During the second World War, America’s enemies were able to intercept messages and could break every code we came up with in transmitting sensitive information to try to win the war, then one smart general decided to enlist members of the Navajo Indian nation to relay those sensitive communications and that was one code, the enemies of freedom couldn’t break. Two of these heroes will be at the game traveling down from the
You may remember Pete talked about the future. There is going to be a fly over of the newest Raptor fighter plane to come off of the assembly line. Aggie Memorial has been host to flyovers from historic B-52’s, fighter jets and had service men float in on a parachute, but this is gonna top it all. This fighter jet will literally and maybe figuratively blow you away.
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Did Pete forget to mention that you can see all of this and a great Aggie football game too? It’s a celebration of those who have given and those who continue to serve. It’s a crimson, white and blue day, don’t forget the 2:00 p.m. start on Saturday and get ready to cheer for the heroes who make our land great.