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Veteran’s Day

November 11, 2011

To: All Members
From: Exec Staff
This holiday began in 1919 and was originally called Armistice Day and this date celebrates the German surrender that ended the First World War. In 1954 Congress amended this holiday to Veteran’s Day which honors all Veteran’s past and present.

On Veteran’s Day we take a moment to reflect and remember our Military (Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, Army, and Air Force) who have given so much for their country and our freedom. They come from every walk of life, all races, cultures, and backgrounds. We thank each and every veteran for answering the call to duty, for fulfilling their obligations, making sacrifices, preserving our freedoms, and representing and protecting the United States of America whether on our soil or abroad. We proudly stand, salute, and Thank all of our veteran’s. To these many men and women we cannot say Thank You enough.

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