Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Stanley “Stan” McClure. Stan served from 1965 to 1967 during the Vietnam War.

Stan served with the 4th Infantry Division at Camp Enari near Pleiku, Vietnam. He is now a Post Service Officer and a member of the Pat Hannon VFW Post 4666 in Littleton, Colorado. Stan has dedicated much of his time to creating awareness for Veteran suicide and has pedaled 30,000 miles in the past 6 years for this cause. By bringing attention to this issue, Stan hopes to bring more support and resources to Veterans in need.

Thank you for your service, Stan!

Nominate a Veteran for #VeteranOfTheDay

Do you want to light up the face of a special Veteran? Have you been wondering how to tell your Veteran they are special to you? You’re in luck! VA’s #VeteranOfTheDay social media feature is an opportunity to highlight your Veteran and his/her service.

It’s easy to nominate a Veteran. All it takes is an email to with as much information as you can put together, along with some good photos. Visit our blog post about nominating to learn how to create the best submission.

Graphic By Kierra Willis: Kierra Willis is a Graphic Communication Major at the University of Maryland University College. She currently has an AAS in Graphic Design and Visual Communications.

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Published on Feb. 18, 2018

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  2. Solen Win February 19, 2018 at 11:42 am

    Over full service,

  3. Niğde Halı Yıkama February 19, 2018 at 6:28 am

    from where to where. Interesting…

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