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CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" Celebrates Veterans Day with Special Program – Live from the Women's Memorial in Arlington, VA


WHEN: Friday, November 8, 2019 @ 12PM ET

WHERE: CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" – Live from the Women's Memorial in Arlington, VA

CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report" (M-F 12PM – 1PM) will celebrate Veterans Day with a special live program from Women In Military Service For America Memorial (the Women's Memorial) at the gateway to Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA on Friday, November 8th.

"Fast Money Halftime Report" host Scott Wapner will be joined by "Halftime Report" traders Josh Brown, Jenny Harrington, navy veteran Jim Lebenthal, Stephanie Link, Shannon Saccocia, and Joe Terranova. The live audience will be comprised of active military, retired military and military families. After the broadcast, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in an Q&A with Wapner and the traders about stocks and financial markets.

Special guests will appear throughout the hour, including: Major General Maria Barrett; Army Veteran and Senior Vice President and Private Client Advisor, Bank of America Private Bank, Kelly Demers; IBM board member and the now-retired first female four-star admiral, U.S. Navy Admiral Michelle Howard; Army Veteran and Women Veterans of Wall Street Co-Founder, Patricia LaBorda; Brigadier General Paula Lodi; Senior Vice President, Wealth Management, UBS, Patricia Murphy; Sword & Plough Co-Founders Betsy Nunez and retired First Lieutenant Emily Nunez Cavness; and Air Force Lieutenant General Jacqueline Van Ovost.


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The Women In Military Service For America Memorial is the only major national memorial to honor some three million women who have served in the nation's defense, beginning with the American Revolution. Located at the gateway to Arlington National Cemetery, the Women's Memorial and its 33,000-square-foot education center chronicles the history of women's service with an exhibit gallery, never-before-seen artifacts, period uniforms, and rare photographs. The Memorial maintains the Register, a database accessible by Memorial visitors, which preserves and showcases the individual stories of women who have served. The Memorial is open 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM every day except Christmas. To learn more about the Memorial, please visit To register a servicewoman, past or present, please, and click on "Register."

For more information contact:

Jennifer Dauble

Bridget DeSimone
Women's Memorial