INDIANAPOLIS - A new hall of fame for Indiana military veterans is seeking nominations for its first class of inductees.
The Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame says it expects to induct the first honorees around Veterans Day at Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park in Lawrence.
It says up to 15 veterans will be honored for military service achievements and community contributions.
To be eligible, a nominee must have been born in Indiana, entered military service in Indiana, or lived in Indiana for at least eight years. It says it will consider veterans of all branches of the U.S. military, living or deceased.
Nominations will be accepted through Sept. 1. More information is available online at imvhof.com.
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