Ground broken for Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame

WLFI File Photo
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A nonprofit group has broken ground for a building that will honor the veterans who’ve been inducted into the Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame.

The groundbreaking on land donated by the American Legion was held Sunday on Indianapolis’ northeast side, but construction of the hall of fame building isn’t expected to begin until next spring.

That building will pay tribute to all five branches of the military and recognize the veterans who’ve been inducted into the Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame. That nonprofit group will induct its third class of Hoosier veterans on Nov. 4.

U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly says Indiana’s hall of fame will help Indiana residents express their “respect and admiration” for veterans who’ve contributed to the freedoms the nation enjoys.

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