The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is celebrating the annual Army-Navy football game with a special truck design celebrating the rivalry’s 121-year history.
The truck wrap will be unveiled at the game Saturday, Dec. 12, and features black-and-white images of Cadets and Midshipmen. The game is being played at West Point in New York state’s lower Hudson Valley. It will be broadcast on CBS at 3 p.m. Army has a record of 7-2 this year while Navy is 3-6.
The Exchange, the Department of Defense’s largest retailer, has been a participating partner in the Army-Navy Game presented by USAA since 2018.
The truck will be at the Army-Navy Game and serve as a 53-foot billboard for the Exchange’s support of the game and the Services. After the game, the truck will hit the road, delivering merchandise from the Exchange’s Dan Daniel Distribution Center in Newport News, Virginia, to Exchange stores throughout the eastern United States.