Thank you veterans

Thank you veterans. To all those who have served, and all those who currently serve.

Thank you veterans Dad, Sept 1945
The back of this picture says, “Boat leave. September 1945”
I miss you, Dad.

Be sure to check out “8 Ways to Express Appreciation on Veterans Day” from to see suggestions for how you can say, Thank you veterans. Like this –

4. Ask someone about their service

It seems like we all know someone who has served and Veterans Day is a great time to ask them about their service. Some questions to get started are: What did you do in the military? How long did you serve? What was your favorite moment in all your time in the service? Did anyone else in your family serve? Why did you choose to go into the service branch you did? Do not ask if they’ve killed anyone and should your veteran be a combat vet who is either unwilling to share or plainly states what they went through, be supportive without being intrusive. Sometimes you don’t have to say anything, just listen and give them your full attention.

Feel free to shout out!

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