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Military Appreciation Day 2016 will be held Saturday, Nov. 5. Details will be posted as they become available.

Scenes from Military Appreciation Day, Oct. 3, 2015

University to welcome roughly 10,000 to Military Appreciation tailgate

Penn State alumni stationed on the USS Theodore Roosevelt

Penn State will be hold what could be the biggest tailgate in the University’s history this Saturday, as roughly 10,000 people are expected to attend the Military Appreciation tailgate for members of the military and their families. The ticketed … [Continue reading]

Support the University’s Military Appreciation efforts

Penn State Blue Band alumni on active duty returned to Beaver Stadium to perform with the band for Military Appreciation Day, Nov. 15, 2014.

Penn State has designated the Oct. 3 football game vs. Army as Military Appreciation Day. Through events before and during the game, the University will recognize and express appreciation to all members of our nation’s armed forces for their … [Continue reading]

Basketball team honors alum ahead of deployment

Charlie Kuhns fist-bumps Pat Chambers

At Penn State, every day is Military Appreciation Day. The University has many programs and services designed to make a Penn State education accessible to active-duty military and veterans, on any of our campuses and around the world through the … [Continue reading]

Celebrating our service men and women with #PSUmilitary

In honor of Military Appreciation Day at Beaver Stadium, we're sharing photos of Penn Staters serving around the world. Share yours using #PSUmilitary … [Continue reading]

Penn State military ties run deep

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Penn State's military history dates back almost to the founding of the University. Military instruction began at Penn State in 1865, and the first ROTC program was created on the University Park campus in about 1916. Military training was required of … [Continue reading]

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