Veterans are brought together by an oath and united by a common thread, whether they served two years, four years, 20 years or more. No matter how they served — in combat or not — they gave part of their lives for this country. Take a moment to recognize the ordinary people who volunteered their time so others can have a better quality of life.
A Lasting Camaraderie
These veterans found support and camaraderie with the American Legion Riders. The group helped them transition from military to civilian life, a process they say is one of the hardest things a military member will go through. They come from all five branches of the armed forces, but they’re united by a common thread.
Songwriting With Service
Darden Smith started the Songwriting With Soldiers program as a way to bring together professional singer-songwriters and service members to create songs about military experiences. Watch as these stories are put to music.
Stitched Together by Service
Quilter Betty Siegel, a 47-year USAA member, reflects on piecing together fabric from uniforms and pieces of red, white and blue to create a quilted galaxy “united by a common thread.
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As you go from active duty to veteran status, USAA can help.
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