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Acting Secretary Rand Beers and U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Bob Papp laid a wreath in honor of veterans and their service during a Veterans Day ceremony at the Coast Guard Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery Monday. The ceremony is held each year to highlight the importance of the day, and serves as a way to thank veterans for their commitment to the Nation.
During his remarks, Secretary Beers – a veteran himself - highlighted the department’s commitment to hiring veterans. “It is…a day to recognize that veterans continue to serve our nation. For many of us, our service didn’t end when we took off the uniform,” he said.
Read more about DHS’ commitment to serving and honoring our Nation’s veterans in Secretary Beers’ latest blog post.
U.S. Coast Guard photos courtesy of Petty Officer 2nd Class Patrick Kelley.