Veterans Day is a day to honor and remember America’s military veterans of all armed services. Our own late founder and chairman, Reed Irvine, had served in World War Two as a U.S. Marine in the Pacific theater.
Americans and politicians celebrate Veterans Day, but most of the attention is not paid to the ongoing scandals regarding veterans’ health care and treatments at the hands of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Concerned Veterans for America, a veterans-focused policy organization, issued a press release to remember Veterans Day, but also a brief reminder that policy matters for America’s veterans:
Arlington, VA – Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) Executive Director Dan Caldwell issued the following statement in honor of Veterans Day:
“Today we express our deepest gratitude to the men and women who have served our nation and protected our freedoms. Their service serves as a shining example of America at its best and should be honored and remembered. At CVA, we are proud to fight for policies that will improve the lives of these individuals and will continue to do so for years to come.”