The Vegas Golden Knights will host a Military Appreciation Night on Nov. 14, when the Knights face the Anaheim Ducks at 7:30 p.m. at T-Mobile Arena.
The team will also wear specialty camouflage jerseys during warmups that will be signed and auctioned off during the game, according to a Knights spokesperson, with proceeds benefiting the Folded Flag Foundation.
Participating in Wednesday's ceremonial puck drop will be an active airman from Nellis Air Force Base, a Gold Star Family and the last Pearl Harbor survivor in Las Vegas.
Select players will be donating tickets to fans with a military tie-in as well.
Current and past military members will be honored throughout the night in recognition of their service.
Fans interested in honoring military for their service can participate in the Vegas Golden Knights Salute for Soldiers program. Through the program, fans can purchase a pair of tickets to Golden Knights games on Nov. 14 or Nov. 16 to be donated to military personnel.
More information is available here.