Friday, November 11, 2016

Gratitude for their service...

Because they do what they do, I can do what I do, and for that, I will always be grateful.

The Korean War Memorial in Washington, DC.

There are many places you can visit close to home to honor those that gave their lives: Visit the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs National Cemetery Administration to find the National Cemeteries in your state. maintains a listing of military museums and memorials dedicated to American service people here and abroad. And every town in every state has a Veterans' memorial--where is yours?

The mirror of the Vietnam War Memorial, Washington, DC.

Most importantly, we can honor the dead by taking care of the living--today and every day. Visit The Street's list of organizations that help Veterans to find programs that give the most to those who have given their all.


1 comment:

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