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Veterans

A military veteran is an individual who has served in one or more branches of the United States Armed Services, either the Army, the Navy, the Air Force, the Marine Corps, or the Coast Guard.

Veterans are ordinary citizens who make up the different components of the military, making each branch strong, viable, and ready to meet the needs of the country when ever or where ever necessary on a constant basis.

Veterans are those individual who heed the call to serve, whether in times of peace, or in times of war. Veterans provide peace and security for our country and it's citizens, at home and abroad, and they serve notice to the rest of the world that they will fight, if necessary.

Throughout the history of the United States, veterans have served the country with courage and distinction. They serve with the knowledge that they are, as a military presence, the true backbone of this country.

Since the time of the Revolutionary War, United States veterans have taken on the long held standards of the bravery and reliability that is expected of them, and they have shown the willingness to die for this country and for the freedom that this country represents.

Each branch of service carries out it's own missions, yet they all work together for one common goal. That goal is to protect our countrys interests all around the world.

Every veteran plays a vital role in the military. From the day a veteran puts on a uniform, he or she is expected to a make a commitment to the branch the military they join.

That commitment comes in the form of dedication to our country, to our leaders, and to our principles. That dedication is what makes our military, and our country, strong and durable.

Veterans form a brotherhood that only a fellow veteran can understand and appreciate. Even after veterans leave the military service, in heart and spirit, they are still a part of the service. If ever needed, most veterans would not hesitate to stand tall and serve again, in one form or another.

There are many benefits to serving in the United States military services. Advantages of being a veteran range from the ability to get a VA home loan for real estate purchases with no money down, to low cost insurances, to getting higher education through the Montgomery GI Bill and many other important benefits.

So whether in the face of danger on the battlefield or reaching out to others in a gesture of peace, it is an honor to be called a United States military veteran.


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