Former President John F. Kennedy once said, "Guard zealously your right to serve in the Armed Forces, for without them, there will be no other rights to guard."
May marks National Military Appreciation Month. It honors those who are active and former members of the United States Armed Forces. Take the time this month to thank someone in the military on one of these special days. It’s because of their selfless service that we have our freedom.
Armed Forces Day: May 18
A day set aside to give thanks to everyone serving in all military branches.
Memorial Day: May 27
Commemorating fallen soldiers while in active duty.
Ways To Show Gratitude To Former & Active Duty Military
Here are a few ways you can spread gratitude to former and active duty military.
Send thank you notes to deployed active duty military or veterans.
Get involved in local community gatherings to commemorate the Armed Forces.
Volunteer your time at a local veterans organization.
Simply say “thanks” to those you see in uniform.
Whether you’re a civilian wanting to show appreciation, or a family member of an active duty military person, take time this month to recognize and appreciate the sacrifices the United States Armed Forces took to help make our country great.
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