Telling Veterans stories is often more than writing them – sometimes one picture conveys just as much.

We share photos of what’s happening not only around VA, but at Veteran events across the country on VA’s Instagram and Flickr social media channels. These photos come to us from medical centers, VA national cemeteries and from the memorials and monuments where we as a nation remember and honor our Veterans.

Here are the posts from the @deptvetaffairs Instagram channel you liked the most in 2016.

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Veterans and supporters gather at the #nationalwwiimemorial this morning to honor those who served. #VeteransDay2016 #HonoringVets

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This morning at the #WWIIMemorial. #VeteransDay2016 #HonoringVets

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Korean War Veteran Paul Stanley, United States Air Force 1952-1954. #HonoringVets #VeteransDay2016

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A Pearl Harbor survivor stands for the presentation of the colors and the national anthem. #PearlHarbor75 #HonoringVets

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#VeteransDay2016 #HonoringVets

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15 year later… We remember

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Published on Dec. 28, 2016

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  1. Joe arnold December 31, 2016 at 9:11 am

    What happened to the bill to give all veterans of Vietnam presumptive evidence of agent orange exposure if you have a disease on the recognized list, I have CLL (lukemia) . My doctors recognize it but VA beauroctates don’t. What do they know that the Dr’s dont?

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