(BPT) - The most common gesture toward veterans and service members this time of the year is a ‘Thank you for your service’ at the coffee shop or grocery store, or maybe flying a flag to show your support. But has the phrase ‘Thank you for your service’ become so common that it has begun to feel empty? Cohen Veterans Network was interested to dive deeper into honoring veterans and asked veterans themselves how they feel about the phrase ‘Thank You For Your Service’ and what civilians can do and say to honor all who have served.

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