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MSU Air Force ROTC students start the 24-hour run with a Lap of Honor with the U.S. flag, Mississippi flag, the POW/MIA flag and all branches of military’s flags. 

At 6 p.m. Friday, the Kenneth J. Snedden Arnold Air Society Squadron and Silver Wings Chapter, which is made up of Mississippi State University Air Force ROTC cadets, began their annual 24-Hour Service Run. 

Students from other universities came to show their support and run with the MSU students. The run is to raise money and awareness for Prisoners Of War/Missing In Action (POW/MIA) military men and women. 

You can cheer them on throughout the day, and you are encouraged to bring snacks and donations by Middleton Hall where there is a tent set up. At the end of the run, door prizes will be given out to those runners who are present. 

Anyone is welcome to join in, and the run goes until 6 p.m. Saturday, March 20.

For more information on the Annual Service Run, check out the article in the Satruday, March 20 edition of SDN. 

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