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We are building an online community for America's Military Veterans. Veteran.com is a user-driven social network where the content comes from you - the user. So post your favorite memories, pictures, and videos, and share them with your fellow Veterans!

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Military Veterans Leading The Way In Delivering Aid To The Philippines

US veterans fill their own void delivering aid to Philippines

Members of Team Rubicon, a disaster relief organization staffed by US veterans, are using their military skills in the Philippines -- and finding the camaraderie they miss in the process.

http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Asia-South-Central/2013/1129/US-veterans-...

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Thank You For Serving…

This is Veterans Day and we’d like to thank everyone in uniform (past and present) for defending our country and the Founder’s ideals. Now, if we could just get our elected officials to get off their butts and do the same thing.

Activities are planned around the country and special discounts abound, this should make for plenty of happy people on this Veterans Day.

Enjoy your day, Veterans!

Army Modifies How Retirees’ List Their Retired Status

Army announces major change to retired military customs and courtesies

WASHINGTON — Some customs and courtesies will never change, such as showing respect for the U. S. flag. However, the Army recently modified how retirees’ list their retired status. The Army published the new policy on May 17 in Army Regulation 25-50, Preparing and Managing Correspondence.

AR 25-50 says, “Retired military should follow the same rules as active personnel, except that no organization or branch of the Army will be shown. Show retired status after the grade as follows:

Chivalry Isn't Dead

I'm a former Army Ranger, out for a few months now. The thing I miss the most about the military, is feeling like I'm making a difference. This desire to keep the fight going is what led me to start a business with my brother. Our company is an athletic/leisure apparel company called Chivalry Contego LLC. Contego is Latin for "to clothe" and "to protect". We aim to do this with not only our products, but with donations we will make to various charities on every sale as well.

Don't give up the fight.

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