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Calling On All Amac Members To Honor Our Veterans

November is Amac’s “Random Acts of Gratitude” month. For the entire month we are asking ALL Americans to commit to performing at least one Random Act of Gratitude to express your appreciation to those who have served, or are currently serving, our country.

We ask you, our Amac members, to lead the way in honoring those who have so bravely served this country!

Let us know what you are doing to honor the sacrifices of America’s 25 million veterans. Share your stories, videos, and ideas for Random Acts of Gratitude, or email us at GratitudeStories@Amac.us.

Are you a veteran or active duty service member? We would love to know what serving your country has meant to you. Tell us about the sacrifices you have made and the impact it has had on your life. Share your stories and photos here, or email VetStories@Amac.us. We will be reading some of your stories on national radio programs and posting them on our website to encourage ALL Americans to thank our veterans and active duty personnel for all they give.

There is nothing we value more than those men and women who defend our liberties at home and abroad. This is Amac’s way of honoring our military heroes and saying Thank You.

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Fred Hagans
4 years 10 months ago

I am a veteran myself and served in the 1960’s. I also have a son-in-law currently serving in Afghanistan and a grandson who served in Afghanistan. I believe all who are serving, or have served, to protect our freedom are heros. May GOD protect them and their families. And, may GOD continue to bless America.

Diana Erbio
4 years 10 months ago
My Dad enlisted for combat in the army during the Korean War. He was only 18 and he said he did so to protect his mom, sister, dad and other Americans. He said he would fight there so the enemy would not come here. My Dad died at age 55 of a heart attack. He had always said that when he was in the army they were told it would cut their lives short even if they survived. I believe this to be true. He rarely talked of his experience in the war and although he was awarded two bronze stars he said the real heros never returned. I think my Dad and all who serve are heros and I want to thank all who have put their life on the line for the United States of America. God Bless you and your families who have also sacrificed for our… Read more »
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