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Posted on: February 1, 2024

Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts receives special recognition from 160th SOAR

Mayor Joe Pitts stands with soldiers and representatives from the 160th SOAR

Yesterday, Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts, alongside Montgomery County Mayor Wes Golden, received a special recognition from Fort Campbell's 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment for their efforts in honoring the five Night Stalkers whose lives were sadly lost in a helicopter crash last November.

The awards presented to Mayors Pitts and Golden are handmade with metal from one of the aircraft flown by the soldiers of the 160th

We are thankful for this kind gesture and, while we continue to mourn the loss of these five brave Night Stalkers, we are grateful for the chance to honor our armed service members, their service and sacrifice.

Mayor Joe Pitts stands with soldiers and representatives from the 160th SOAR

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