Dolphins Beat The Jets In Annual Salute To Service Game

The NFL is deeply committed to Salute to Service, the league’s year-round effort to honor, empower, and connect with our nation’s service members, veterans, and their families. No team does it any better at every game than the Miami Dolphins.

All five military branches were represented at Sunday’s rivalry victory over the New York Jets. 100 active duty  members from each of the five branches of the United States Military were welcomed. In addition, 100 retired military members were invited and honored.

The military family of the game were the Kirkland’s (Joshua and spouse Adjovi) who both served in the United States Army. After multiple deployments they are now recruiters for the Army in Miami. Both are Staff Sergeants and attended the game with daughter Isadora.

In partnership with the Vietnam War Commemoration, the Dolphins gave thanks William Peraza Sr. for his 1968-1970 service.

The Dolphins saluted Everyday Hero Leonard J. Segarra, USMC Retired, who flew over 110 missions supporting Marines and Army troops.

Later on in the season we will try to chat with the cheerleaders over their many trips visiting overseas with our troops.

Enjoy some photos of the ladies:

Salute to Service (click to enlarge)

Katie and Carina with active duty Coast Guard

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

Juliana, Gigi, Agustina, and Davia

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

Juliana

Holly

Breann

Carina

Stay with us this week as we process our game album HERE.

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