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Red Dirt Run of Honor


Enid Woodring Regional Airport is a city-owned, public-use airport located four miles southeast of the central business district of Enid, a city in Garfield County, Oklahoma. It is also referred to as Woodring Airport and was formerly known as Enid Woodring Municipal Airport. It is mostly used for military training flights based at Vance Air Force Base. Enid was the first city of Oklahoma to have a municipally owned airport. The airport was dedicated in 1928, and built on 80 acres of land donated by a citizen backed by the American Legion, and Enid passed a $50,000 bond, making it the first city in Oklahoma to use bonds to fund an airport.

Outdoors is the Woodring Wall of Honor and Veterans Park, which honors Oklahoma veterans. Ceremonies are held annually on Memorial Day to honor fallen soldiers. A permanent addition of the American Veterans Traveling Tribute (AVTT) Wall and a Veteran's Museum are part of a strategic plan to honor veterans at the park. The Red Dirt Run of Honor is held each year to promote patriotism and remember Oklahoma's Fallen Heroes.

The location of the Veteran's Park is 1026 S. 66th St, Enid, Oklahoma.

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