Thanks To All Our Veterans


I would like to take the time and step away from video games and Thank all of America’s Veterans on this day proclaimed to honor our veterans.  Without the men and women of our armed services providing the blanket of freedom Americans have become accustomed to, I would not want to think where we might be.

The once known Armistice Day that was started on November 11, 1919 that marked the end World War I, became a national holiday in 1938 and was later renamed Veterans Day in 1954 to honor all veterans.  The United States currently has 23.2 million veterans,  so the person walking next to you in the mall or down the street just may be a U.S. Veteran.

Thank You to all that have served and that are currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, we appreciate all the sacrifices and hard work you do for America!

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