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North Carolina's home game against East Carolina on Saturday will be the Tar Heels' chance to celebrate Military Appreciation Day at Kenan Stadium. The ceremonies at the game will include several opportunities to honor those who fight for our country, but UNC players will also show off their patriotism with the gear the team will wear on the field.
You can bet UNC fans won't mind trading Tar Heel sky-blue for these colors.
Photos of the American flag-themed helmets were posted to Twitter via the football team's official account.
.@CoachFedora at today's press conference with the UNC ROTC representatives. pic.twitter.com/muvZobrykj
— Carolina Football (@TarHeelFootball) September 23, 2013
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