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Day of the deployed

The Annual Day of the Deployed is recognized on October 26 by Soldiers’ Angels and many governors across the nation declaring the day of honor with the following proclamation:

Proclamation Day of the Deployed October 26

WHEREAS, this nation is kept strong and free by the loyal citizens who preserve our precious heritage through their positives declaration and actions; and

WHEREAS, our deployed service members have courageously answered their nation’s call to service by defending our freedoms on foreign lands; and

WHEREAS, Americans are encouraged to reaffirm their patriotism and allegiance to our flag and country, and honor the brave men and women currently deployed to protect and preserve our way of life; and

WHEREAS, since 2006 Soldiers' Angels has honored our deployed heroes with a day set aside in recognition of their hard work, dedication and commitment to the United States of America; and

NOW, THEREFORE, Soldiers’ Angels hereby proclaim October 26 as DAY OF THE DEPLOYED throughout the United States of America and where ever our service members are serving.


Patti Patton - Bader, Founder
Shelle Michaels, National Communication Officer

There are ceremonies in many states ( Texas, California, Kentucky, North Dakota, etc.).

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