Operation Gratitude

Operation Gratitude

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Today is the #NationalDayoftheDeployed

It is an opportunity to honor those who have been deployed to serve our country. It is also a chance to honor the sacrifices that military families make to keep our country safe. 🇺🇸

National Day of the Deployed started in 2006 in North Dakota. By 2012, it had become a holiday recognized by every state.

You can support the military and military families by using these resources:

http://bit.ly/2iX5NHa
http://bit.ly/30aDdbU
http://bit.ly/31xcELx

#veterans #deployment #military #lawfirm #legalcontent

At my office, we take today to honor those who serve. If you have a loved one who has served in the military or is currently deployed, take some time to thank them today.

Operation Gratitude

Forging strong bonds between Americans and Military & First Responders through volunteer service projects, acts of gratitude, and meaningful engagements
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