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Military Spouses Day

Friday, May 11, 2012

Military Spouses Day

When : Military Spouses Day is held on the Friday before Mother's Day

Military Spouses Day is a day to recognize and honor the real backbone of the military..... the spouses of our soldiers. This day recognizes the contributions made by military spouses to the spirit and well being of soldiers and military communities. Where would military moral be without their spouses behind them?

Origin of Military Spouses Day:
Military Spouses Day was created by President Ronald Reagan in 1984 Secretary of Defense Casper Weinberger established the Friday before Motherís Day as Military Spouses Day.

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    My cousins husband is in the Army and they (the Army) are flying the wives out to Los Angeles, paying their hotel, and doing I-don't-know-what for them in honor of Military Spouses Day. YAY REAGAN! . . . I miss him.
    1622 days ago
    Wonder why I never knew about this? My DH made the military his career. After 22.5 yrs active duty, he retired and has now occupied the same position as an Air Force civil service employee for 27.5 years. We've been married for nearly 30 of those years. I'm going to have to beat him with a wet noodle. LOL emoticon emoticon
    1623 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/12/2012 10:15:10 AM
    Yes, What would we do without them??? !!!!
    1623 days ago
  • PICKIE98
    It is NOT easy being on the other end of defense. I applaud those who keep home and family going while their vet works for us and our safety!!!
    1623 days ago
    Glad to know that the spouses have a day & are recognized for the part they play in a military persons life!

    1624 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/11/2012 11:54:22 AM
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