Salute to Veterans

Salute to Veterans

Located at the Grandstand

Join us as we salute our Veterans at the SD State Fair with special guest South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg.

About Jason Ravnsborg:

On January 5, 2019, Jason Ravnsborg was sworn in as the 31st Attorney General of South Dakota.  He serves as the chief law enforcement officer and legal advisor for the State.

Jason graduated from the University of South Dakota with a Bachelor of Science degree in History and Political Science as well as an Army commission through ROTC.  Jason received his Juris Doctorate from the University of South Dakota School of Law while simultaneously obtaining a Masters of Arts in History and also while serving as an editor of law review.

Jason is a combat veteran.  He has been deployed in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom to Germany, Iraq and Afghanistan.  For his service he has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal along with many other awards as well as being honored for his service by Congress.  Jason is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army Reserves and has nearly 24 years of service.  Jason has had four company commands and also served as a battalion commander overseeing over 600 Soldiers in the four states of South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska and Missouri.  He is currently assigned to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.

In 2018, Jason was elected as South Dakota’s Attorney General. 

Category: Specialty
Schedule
Thursday, Sep 3
10:30 am

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We will implement enhanced health and safety measures for our guests and staff members during the 2020 South Dakota State Fair.

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