How to Honor Veterans from Every Era

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First, we can honor their memory by being willing to take action for our country.

Back in the days of the American Revolution, there was barely a United States to fight for, but common people were willing to grab their weapons, join up and fight for the idea of liberty.

Second, we need to allow our family to choose to be the next generation of veterans.

I make this statement aware of the struggle involved, knowing how difficult it is to even fathom this possibility for my kids, who are a long way away from these choices.

Lastly, we can honor the veterans by continuing to make the world a better place than it was before on a daily basis.

No matter the era, veterans fought for a better tomorrow.

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