For the 2nd time in 2020, Liberty College would perhaps be featured on William Byron‘s Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE — but this time with a special patriotic paint plan. For the Memorial Day weekend scramble at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Byron‘s No. 24 vehicle will sport an American flag Liberty College logo on the hood with stars and stripes on the entrance and rear quarter-panels. The assemble is fragment of the annual NASCAR Salutes and 600 Miles of Remembrance applications to honor the U.S. armed forces and folk which personal misplaced their lives in carrier.
SALUTING TWO: As a ingredient of the No. 24 patriotic paint plan for the Charlotte 600, Byron‘s Chevy will characteristic the names of Military Sgt. Robert Billings and World Battle II extinct George Rogers, who each had ties to sponsor Liberty College. While serving a 2nd deployment in Afghanistan, Billings used to be killed Oct. 13, 2012, in an enemy attack on his unit. Worship Byron, who’s currently in his junior year at Liberty College, Billings used to be a Liberty pupil enrolled in its online applications to pursue a criminal justice stage. Rogers, who passed away in August 2019 at age 100, got the Red Heart and Prisoner of Battle medals for his carrier in World Battle II. He used to be one of many 75,000 American and Philippine troops captured by Eastern forces while serving within the Philippines and used to be among the survivors of the Bataan Demise March. He spent bigger than 25 years as an administrator at Liberty forward of retiring in 1999.
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