Sharing Thoughts of Veterans Day

Veterans Day Online Forum & Tribute Video.

Charleston, SC, October 19, 2008 --( With Veterans Day approaching, - the largest Web site for reuniting veterans - has created an online Veterans Day Forum reaching out to U.S. veterans and anyone else interested in contributing their thoughts and insights in regards to our U.S. military personnel and Veterans Day. Personal stories, sentiments and words of thanks can be found online in a Veterans Day collection throughout October and November at invites members of the media to visit the forum and utilize the quotes in their Veterans Day news stories.

In addition to the forum, has posted a U.S. veteran and military tribute video thanking and honoring the many brave men and women who have and are currently serving the nation. The theme of the video: What do U.S. veterans and military mean to America? The original video can be viewed in its entirety and commented on at:

Here are a few quotes from the Veterans Day forum:
“I thank you veterans for not being selfish with your lives and believing in our nation's freedom. May we laugh, cry and remember on this day, Nov. 11, our experiences and memories.” R. Zelonis

“Veterans Day to me is one of the most significant and memorable days of the year. I pause and reflect on my own service time, my buddies whom I miss always, my family's collection of veterans, and I thank all those who have ever served to protect this country.” D. Chevalier

“A profound salute and thank you to all who have taken the stand of Soldier, Airman, Sailor, Marine, Coast Guardsman. Thankful then, now, and forevermore! Every day is Veterans Day. Good luck, God Bless.” K. Godsey

Other features available on include: search over 893,000 members to make contact with old friends; information on how to obtain military records and medals; message boards; upload past and present photos; military jokes; search and post reunions; military products and discounts; along with a variety of other features and services.

Founded in 2000 by Marine Corps veteran of Desert Storm, Dale F. Sutcliffe, thousands of people have been reconnected through, spanning from World War II through to Operation Desert Storm and the present.

For further information and/or interview opportunities please contact Maynard Anderson at (843) 856-2867 or via e-mail at:

Adam Moore