Chargers Game Day Newsletter 6 Nov 12th Los Angeles_Digital - Page 86

5.00 7.75 SALUTE TO SERVICE Jaguars DL Malik Jackson celebrates Salute to Service week at the Stars and Strikes Bowling event at NAS Mayport. JAGUARS PAY TRIBUTE TO LOCAL MILITARY First Coast military, both active duty and retired, are an important part of the fabric of Jacksonville. The Jacksonville Jaguars are committed to year-round support of these local heroes, but in particular call attention to their sacrifi ces during the NFL’s annual Salute to Service campaign in the week leading up to today’s game versus the L.A. Chargers. Jaguars players, cheerleaders and alumni took the chance to say thank you with events and activities around town this week. On Monday, the Jaguars Foundation and players, including DL Malik Jackson, hosted the “Stars and Strikes” bowling event on site at Naval Station Mayport for 200 active duty Navy and Coast Guard members and their families. “We are honored to show appreciation for the servicemen and women, and we are blessed that they’re right here in our backyard,” said Jackson. “Just to be around those people and seeing them makes you want to help and be able to do everything you can because they’re