On February 3rd each year, Four Chaplains Day honors four military chaplains from World War II who sacrificed their lives for fellow service members.
Every year on November 11th in the United States, Americans honor the veterans who served to protect the country during times of conflict. And though Veteran's Day is one day a year, these 9 Ways to Honor Veterans can happen all year long.
On August 10th each year, National Agent Orange Awareness Day provides information regarding the effects of Agent Orange. It also serves as a reminder of the lasting damage a single decision can cause.
National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day commemorates the end of the Korean War on July 27, 1953, and those who served during this often forgotten war.
Every day, hundreds of military personnel leave the service. On July 25, National Hire A Veteran Day reminds employers to consider veteran applicants.
On April 13th, National Borinqueneers Day recognizes the sacrifices of the Puerto Rican Regiment of the Volunteer Infantry.
During the Month of the Military Child, Purple Up! Day on April 15th recognizes some of the military's most unsung heroes - their children.
NATIONAL HERO DAY On December 29th, National Hero Day honors the people we look up to and who inspire us to be the best person we can possibly be. If […]
Every year on November 11th, the UK, along with members of the British Commonwealth, observe Remembrance Day. On this day, member states honor and remember those in the armed forces who died in the line of duty.
Every year, beginning on October 24th, Disarmament Week raises awareness about the dangers of the arms race.