In time of War, they heeded the call
They took up arms “Freedom for All”
They went to serve in a far away land
In battles they fought, they took a stand
Every day, many thousands devote themselves to protecting freedoms, maintaining peace, providing relief and supporting policy around the globe.
For many young Americans, military, the benefits of serving can be tremendous: training, honor, education, travel, pay and self-discovery. However, military gifts are not for everyone.
It requires self-discipline, intense physical work and time away from family and friends while protecting America and its citizens at home and abroad. For some, these commitments impose too great a burden.
No matter if we have any relative who is in the armed forces, many people still love to show support for the fighting men and women by buying military gifts or military decals for people to display in the home or office.
Young people need support as they consider their life path. Joining the Military is a big decision, and one we hope will inspire discussion among family, friends and trusted advisors.
Joining the military can be an excellent opportunity for a variety of students in the United States. Marine communications usually start when students are in high school and sometimes they will even give away marine helmets, so students can “try on” what it might feel like to be in this branch of the armed forces.
The military offers many different rewards over the course of one’s life should he/she continues with the military for the rest of their life. Below is a list of benefits that the armed forces have to offer.
1,430,985 military personnel actively protect the United States as of 2010, according to the Department of Defense. Some of these men and women serve their country within national borders while others are defending the country’s principles while serving abroad.
No matter where your soldier is located, give a military gift to recognize their efforts, celebrate a holiday or birthday or a send a care package to help make life easier.
They fought the fight to “Let Freedom Ring”
In honor of that, their praises we sing
To those who died, we salute you all
And give our thanks for heeding the call