SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Huntington High School honored NWLA veterans Wednesday morning.
Lead by the school's Army JROTC cadets, the program included music from the choir, presentation of colors and a tribute to fallen veterans from who attended Huntington.
The highlight of the program was their POW/MIA ceremony. A moment which moved school leaders, students and guests to tears.
"That ceremony to me was the best I've ever seen and I've seen a lot being that I'm a 24 year vet and being stationed all over the world, I have never seen a POW/MIA ceremony like that that was awesome," said Air Force veteran, Benjamin Levi, "It means the world to me, because being a vet and some of my friends didn't come back, and to see that, that just means the world to me."