The crowd sings patriotic songs at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.
The crowd sings patriotic songs at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.

In pictures: Thunder Over Evans 2024

Thunder Over Evans, the annual salute to military service members on Armed Forces’ Day, was held May 18 at Evans Towne Center.

Women who served in the military were honored at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.
New Georgia National Guard enlistees recite the Soldiers’ Creed at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.
The Army band performs at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.
An enthusiastic crowd enjoys the performance from the Party Crashers at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.
An enthusiastic crowd enjoys the performance from the Party Crashers at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.

Members of the ARC high school choir performs at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.
South Aiken High School JROTC performed at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.
Lt. Gen. Maria Barrett Commanding General U.S. Army Cyber Command addresses the crowd at Thunder Over Evans in Evans, Ga. on May 18, 2024. Mike Adams/Augusta Good News.


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