Press Release: Ravens and Leidos Salute to Service Week Initiatives

RAVENS AND LEIDOS SALUTE TO SERVICE WEEK INITIATIVES

The Baltimore Ravens and Leidos, a global science and technology solutions leader, will partner for the Ravens’ 2019 Salute to Service game on Sunday (Nov. 17 vs. the Houston Texans), supporting an initiative designed to honor service members in all branches of the military. Locally, the Ravens and Leidos will partner on several events leading up to the game to assist and show appreciation for military members stationed in Maryland.

Thursday, Nov. 14

Baltimore VA Medical Center Visit

On Thursday (11/14), former Ravens WR Torrey Smith, cheerleaders and Poe will visit veteran patients at the Baltimore VA Medical Center.

10:20 – 11 a.m.

Baltimore VA Medical Center

10 N. Greene Street

Baltimore, MD 21201

Note: Media interested in covering this event should contact Rosalia Scalia at 410-605-7464, via cell phone at 410-736-8444 or rosalia.scalia@va.gov.

Saturday, Nov. 16 

Paralyzed Veterans Workout at Under Armour Performance Center

Athletes from Paralyzed Veterans of America will be treated to a VIP weekend, including a visit to the Ravens’ Under Armour Performance Center and to Sunday’s game vs. Houston Texans. On Saturday (11/16), the athletes will participate in an adaptive workout led by Ravens head strength and conditioning coach Steve Saunders, followed by a facility tour and lunch. On Sunday (11/17), the athletes and their caregivers will attend the Salute to Service game against the Texans as guests of the Ravens and Leidos.

11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Under Armour Performance Center

1 Winning Drive

Owings Mills, MD 21117

Note: Media interested in attending should contact Kelly Tallant (kelly.tallant@ravens.nfl.net).

Sunday, Nov. 17

Ravens-Texans Halftime Flag Football Game

Members of Leidos’ Military Alliance Group (MAG) will participate in a flag football game alongside Ravens Legends during halftime of Sunday’s Salute to Service game. The MAG program is a professional network of Leidos employees made up of veterans, military spouses and those interested in supporting veterans and veteran-related issues. Uniforms for the game have been provided by Under Armour as part of their UA Freedom initiative that supports and inspires the brave men and women dedicated to service and protecting our country.

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