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Happy Veteran's Day

Given that Friday is a holiday for most feds, I'm guessing that few of you are reading this... but happy veteran's day.

The Army has a history of Veteran's Day

Some Veterans Day resources (find these on FlipSide in the 11.7 issue as well)...

Vets: By the numbers... from the Census Department


The Department of Veterans Affairs' Veterans Day Web page
Worth seeing: The 2005 poster and poster gallery.

From the U.S. Park Service:
The World War II Memorial
Korean War Memorial
Vietnam War Veteran Memorial
Unfortunately these sites don't really offer visitors much -- not even photos of these amazing memorials.

Korean War 50th Anniversary Commemoration site

Arlington National Cemetery
Highlight: The site features a schedule of funerals.

The Library of Congress' Veterans History Project
The site is seeking to collect recollections from veterans.

and...
Hire Vets FirstResources for managers, HR specialists and vets about jobs.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Nov 03, 2005 at 12:15 PM


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