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Veterans Services

Military Photo Display - Honoring Leon County’s Men and Women in Uniform - The War on Terrorism

The Leon County Office of Veteran Services invites military personnel, their families and friends to submit photographs for a display of local men and women serving on active duty, or who have served on active duty since September 11, 2001. The display of individual photographs are now located at the LeRoy Collins Leon County Main Library, 200 West Park Avenue.  The display honors the service of Leon County’s men and women in uniform and will remain until the end of hostilities.

The photographs will are also displayed here on the Leon County website.  Visitors can View Photo Album.

Current or former residents of Leon County who have served on active duty in any branch of the military since September 11, 2001 are eligible.  This includes active duty, reserve and National Guard personnel who served or still serve on active duty.

Instructions:

Any type of photograph may be submitted, from studio portraits to snapshots in sizes up to 5” x 7”, in color or black and white. Submitted photos that are too large or too small can be scanned to adjust the size and image. Each submission should be labeled with the name, rank, and branch of service. Please mail photos and label information to: Military Display, Leon County Veteran Services Division, 918 Railroad Avenue, Tallahassee, FL 32310, or email to Mike Matulis at MatulisM@leoncountyfl.gov  or Mattie Carney carneym@leoncountyfl.gov

The exhibit is a collaboration of the Leon County Veteran Services Division, Downtown Improvement Authority, and Commissioner Bob Rackleff, a retired naval officer.

Please check the website or call to stay informed and participate. For more information, call Mike Matulis or Mattie Carney at 606-1940.