To those who serve and sacrifice for us -- to troops and their families -- I hope you have a blessed and peaceful Veterans' Day.—
Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) November 11, 2012
Twitter users of all stripes came together today to honor our brave veterans, and the incredible sacrifices they made fighting for freedom.
Happy Veterans Day to all of you tweeters who have served or are currently serving!! You guys are true heroes.—
suck-onmy-tweeties. (@AMarie024) November 11, 2012
Happy veterans day to all the men ans women who put our country before themselves. And put their lifr on the line for good old America.—
Hopeless Romantic. (@BOSS_Queen_Bee) November 11, 2012
Today we honor those who bravely fought as a part of the greatest force for good that the world has ever known.
Happy Veterans Day to all of you who wore the uniform. You guys built that — our nation. Brave, unshakable & American.—
Barack Problema (@BarackProblema) November 11, 2012
Veterans Day is about celebrating the lives of those selfless Americans who have put defending our great country above all else.—
Rep. Bill Flores (@RepBillFlores) November 11, 2012
Happy Veterans Day!!!—
Governor Walker (@GovWalker) November 11, 2012
The first Veteran's Day without a surviving WW I vet. God bless all who have served.—
David Burge (@iowahawkblog) November 11, 2012
Thank you to all the veterans in my life. You inspire me.—
Ray Harmon (@Ray_Harmon) November 11, 2012
Many personally thanked the veterans in their lives.
A BIG shout out to my Pop Pop Frank who served in WW2. ❤ Thanks to all the veterans who've made Freedom possible in our country. 🇺🇸—
Candace Cameron Bure (@candacecbure) November 11, 2012
Happy Veterans Day! And thank u to all the folks (like my Dad and brother) who have served our Country so well!—
Nelson Aspen (@NelsonAspen) November 11, 2012
I would like to say thank you and Happy Veterans Day to those who have fought for and served our country. They are true heroes! 🇺🇸—
Teysha Tindol (@teyshatee) November 11, 2012
Happy Veterans Day to all of you who serve and have served our country. We will never forget, thank you.—
(@GiftWorks) November 11, 2012
Amen. God bless you all. We are forever in your debt, and are eternally grateful.