For each and every one of us at the Department of Veterans Affairs, it’s an honor to provide care for our Veterans as we stand united in observation of Veterans Day. We extend our gratitude to our friends, relatives, neighbors, co-workers and those we’ve never met, but have given us so much for their willingness to serve and sacrifice for the common good.

You can do something to give back and let them know how much you appreciate their service.

Many current VA employees are also Veterans who we honor every day with benefits designed just for them and the unique skills and experiences they bring to their new careers. From transitional support to tuition assistance, leadership training and more, we create a culture of support to welcome our Veterans back home.

If you’re a Veteran interested in joining the VA, visit vacareers.va.gov/veterans for more information.

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Published on Nov. 10, 2016

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