Most Americans who haven’t worn a uniform or had a loved one who served think about veterans maybe once or twice a year — during national holidays or when they happen see a yellow ribbon sticker on the bumper of a car. What they don’t know is that veterans are all around them: leading PTA meetings, serving as elected officials and volunteering at the local community center. In fact, veterans are America’s greatest — if sometimes overlooked — civic asset.
There are many ways veterans are going above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to volunteering, voting and other key areas of civic engagement in our country.
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