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NATIONAL DAY OF THE DEPLOYED

NATIONAL DAY OF THE DEPLOYED

On October 26th, we celebrate National Day of the Deployed to honor and show appreciation for the brave men and women who serve overseas to protect our freedoms. While we may take our safety and security for granted, these individuals put their lives on the line every day to ensure that we may live in peace.

It’s essential to let our deployed troops know that they are not forgotten. They deserve our support and gratitude for their unwavering dedication to our country. Sending care packages or writing letters can make a significant impact, reminding them that they are appreciated and valued.

Moreover, we must not forget about the families and loved ones of our deployed troops. Their sacrifices and endurance are immeasurable. It’s vital to support them in any way we can, whether it’s through a gesture of kindness or simply a listening ear.

On National Day of the Deployed, we salute our troops and express our deepest appreciation for their service. Let us remember that their bravery and sacrifice are what keeps our nation safe and secure.

NATIONAL DAY OF THE DEPLOYED

HOW TO OBSERVE DAY OF THE DEPLOYED

Many deployed troops leave their families behind to serve their country. They make the greatest sacrifices to keep their country secure. A few ways to recognize their services include:

  • Donate to a military organization like the USO. They support troops in the U.S. and overseas. The USO also provides support to the families before, during and after service.
  • Send care packages. Visit Support Out Troops to find out what and where to send care packages worldwide.
  • Locally, attend ceremonies honoring the military.
  • Volunteer your time and services to local military organizations. 
  • If you know a military family, ask what support they need. Needs vary by family. Some just need to hear from home and know they are in your thoughts.
  • Offer to support military personnel who have no family. They deploy with no one back home to send care packages or other support.

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