We Support Our Troops!

Long® Fence is proud to be a contributing sponsor to the Military Bowl matchup between the Air Force Falcons and University of Toledo Rockets held at RFK Stadium in Washington DC on December 28, 2011. The event will air live on ESPN at 4:30 pm EST.

Long® Fence has donated the fencing that will surround Military Village on the Armory Mall. Military Village is an event unlike any other showcasing our military’s assets that are used world-wide to secure our safety.  The village will be nestled between the DC Armory and RFK Stadium so that the vast majority of game day attendees can visit and walk through the Village to get a first hand look at our military strength.  Many government contractor participants will be in attendance with special give-a-ways to the public throughout the day.

DRASH shelters are scheduled to have a Navy Centennial Museum, Northrop Grumman Night Hawk Helicopter, Navy Huey helicopter, a Coast Guard Rescue helicopter, a military tank, Humvees, drones, predators, satellite equipment and a special demonstration by the Navy Seals, Navy Seabees as well as other USO assets.

The goals of the Military Bowl are to bring the excitement of post-season college football to the Washington DC region, while supporting the USO, USO-Metro and our nation’s military personnel. This year, fans can again lend their support by purchasing tickets for use by military members and their families. Details at militarybowl.org

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Since 1945, Long® Fence has provided perimeter security fence systems and related products to residential and commercial customers in the mid-Atlantic region and beyond.
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