Veterans Day is a time to honor and celebrate military veterans from all service branches for answering the call to serve our country. As a Navy spouse, Army daughter and granddaughter, the military legacy in my family runs deep. What is your military connection? Whether you grew up in a military family, are married to the military or a military advocate, your support both big and small can make a difference.
Here are few things you can do to demonstrate your gratitude to those who’ve served and those still serving.
A Mark of Gratitude – With three simple steps, you can show your thanks and inspire others to do the same.
- Draw a “V” (for veterans) on your hand and write the initials of a veteran you want to honor in the center (or draw a star in the middle to represent all veterans).
-Snap a selfie (photo or video) of the “V” you created.
-Share on social, tagging it #HonorThroughAction and encourage those you know to join with their own “V” tributes.
Support Veteran Groups – You can honor veterans and their families by supporting or participating in various military-related organizations. Here are two examples of the many nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping military veterans.
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For more information on how USAA is honoring veterans and to download digital Zoom backgrounds, visit www.usaa.com/veteransday
Other ways to #HonorThroughAction:
- Share Veterans Day with your kids through crafting by making a patriotic suncatcher with them to honor a specific veteran or all vets.
USAA employees reflect on what Veterans Day means to them:
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