San Diego, California - The San Diego Chargers will honor the greatest men to don the team’s lightning bolts – the 38 Chargers Hall of Fame inductees when they host the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Nov. 6 at Qualcomm Stadium. Kickoff is set for 1:25 p.m. PST. In honor of Chargers Hall of Fame & Alumni weekend, the team will take the field in their Powder Blue alternate uniforms.
The Chargers will recognize more than 100 former Bolts on the field pregame as part of the Chargers Hall of Fame & Alumni game. The game celebrates the team’s rich history by recognizing the men who have donned the lightning bolt.
United States Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant David Warren will be honored at the Salute to Service Moment, presented by USAA. Gunnery Sergeant Warren has served our country for over 15 years where he currently serves as the F-18 Avionics Staff Non-commissioned Officer in charge of Communication Navigation and Weapons Systems for Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 101, Third Marine Aircraft Wing at MCAS Miramar. He has been deployed four times including deployments to Japan, Iraq, and Kuwait. He has won numerous awards and achievements, including Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and National Defense Service Medal, along with many others.
The National Anthem will be performed by Trenyce, a singer and actress best known as a finalist on the second season of American Idol and for her work in musical theatre. The Calipatria High School California Cadets will present the colors. The United States Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 314 will conduct a military flyover
At halftime, the Chargers will honor members of the San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame. The team’s Hall of Fame was created 40 years ago in 1976 to honor those great athletes and contributors whose careers and accomplishments have distinguished them above all others in the storied history of the Chargers. Dan Fouts and LaDainian Tomlinson will speak to the crowd at halftime.
The team is encouraging fans to post photos using the hashtag #RepTheBolts. Fans who post photos using the hashtag #RepTheBolts on Twitter and Instagram have a chance to be featured on the official San Diego Chargers website.