SRxA’s Word on Health would like to join that group and pay tribute to those who have risked their lives to preserve the liberty of our nation. Whether veterans of World War I or II, or the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, we proudly honor those who have served for their patriotism, love of country, and willingness to protect our freedoms.
The tradition of honoring America’s Veterans officially began in November 1919, when President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11 as the first Armistice Day. Honoring our nation’s Veterans is just as important and relevant today as it was 93 years ago.
Join us, as we honor Veterans Day. We invite you to share with us, and the nation your personal stories of service and sacrifice as well as efforts to honor and assist these men and women who have served.