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Veterans Day 2018: Serving the Needs of the Community | American Military University

Of those that served, there is a very special bond that transcends branch of service. Even among military spouses and dependents, the servicemember's life and the struggles that a family endures strengthens bonds between veterans regardless of race, religion or gender.

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Veterans Day 2015: Honor All Who Served | American Military University (AMU)

By John Aldrich, Lead Contributor, inmilitary.com/inmilitary

American Military University’s Vice President of Military, Veterans, and Community College Relations, John Aldrich, brings you this very special message. As our country prepares to recognize Veterans Day this year, we need to take the time to reflect and honor the accomplishments and sacrifices not only of those who came before us, but today’s servicemembers and veterans as well. Continue Reading

What to Do in Washington DC on Veterans Day 2014

By Rachel A. Adler
Social Communities Coordinator for American Military University

More than 800,000 people are expected to salute America’s veterans at the National Mall tomorrow.

Many will attend “The Concert for Valor,” a free, three-hour Veterans Day concert sponsored by HBO, Starbucks and Chase. It starts at 7 p.m. Eastern and runs until about 10 p.m., but spots on the Mall are first-come, first-served. Continue Reading

Robert Maxwell, Medal of Honor recipient who fell on grenade to save lives, dies at 98