The Delaware National Guard will honor the late Beau Biden by renaming its headquarters, 250 Airport Road, New Castle, after him at 2 p.m. May 30.

The Delaware National Guard will honor the late Beau Biden by renaming its headquarters, 250 Airport Road, New Castle, after him at 2 p.m. May 30.

A ceremony will unveil new signage dedicating the building as the Maj. Joseph R. “Beau” Biden III National Guard/Reserve Center.

Biden was a former Attorney General and a major in the Delaware Army National Guard.

Members of Biden’s family including Vice President Joe Biden and Beau’s widow, Hallie, will attend.

Beau joined the Delaware Army National Guard in 2003 and served as a Judge Advocate General in several units of assignment. In fall 2008, he deployed to Iraq for a year as a member of the 261st Theater Tactical Signal Brigade and earned the Bronze Star. In 2011, he attained the rank of major. He received the Legion of Merit and the Delaware Conspicuous Service Cross posthumously.

The National Guard/Reserve Center opened in August 2014 and is a 106,000-square-foot facility that houses the Army and Air National Guard Headquarters as well as the local U.S. Navy Reserve.