First Ever Future Soldier Swear-In From International Space Station – kjrh.com

Posted: February 27, 2020 at 1:19 am

Today, a ceremony will take place from the International Space Station for the first ever Future Solider Swear-In from space.

Officials say the ceremony will be held in over 300 locations in the United States.

About 110 Future Soldiers from across Oklahoma, out of 850 from across the U.S., will raise their hands in oath of enlistment ceremony with NASA astronaut and U.S. Army Col. Andrew Morgan, who is on-board the International Space Station.

Below are the Oklahoma locations who will be hosting the ceremony:

Lawton, Okla. - Eisenhower High SchoolShawnee, Okla - Gordon Cooper Technology CenterPryor, Okla. - Pryor High SchoolSouthmoore High School - Moore, Okla.

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