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Posted: 9:35 a.m. Monday, Sept. 17, 2012
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
A father and son saw the Panthers win on Sunday as part of a nationwide quest to help wounded warriors.Craig and Matt Steichen plan to visit 32 NFL stadiums.On Sunday, they took Frank Thompson of Concord and David Moulton of Fayetteville to the game.Its part of the Wounded Warrior Project, which helps injured service members adjust to civilian life.“We’re looking to give them an experience of a lifetime. You know, they’re both big Panthers fans and we just want them to have a great time and enjoy themselves today,” said Matt Steichen.It will take the father and son 17 weeks to visit all the stadiums and they will travel more than 40,000 miles.Also, a C-130 from the Charlotte Air National Guard base did a flyover over Bank of America Stadium moments before kickoff.At halftime, the families of the four local airmen who died while fighting wildfires in South Dakota were honored on the field.The Panthers beat the Saints 35-27.
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