Memorial Day is a day for honoring troops who died in battle, as well as veterans who’ve passed away. Veterans’ Day is a day to honor surviving veterans of the armed forces. Got all that? Great. Now, instead of being self-righteously mad at people for mixing up Memorial Day and Veterans’ Day, use that energy and time to donate to or volunteer for these highly-rated charities that support vets and their surviving families. It’ll make a much bigger difference than the passive aggressive Facebook posts I’ve seen today from warhawks who think they’re better than everyone else.
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