Military Appreciation Day is any event intended to express appreciation for men and women currently (and sometimes formerly) in military service. A particular "Military Appreciation Day" is a date selected for convenience, typically but not necessarily approximate to Veterans Day or Memorial Day.
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... chain gives a free “thank you” dinner to any person who has ever served in the United States Military on its "Military Appreciation Monday" ... four branch-specific MADs, granting free admission to military personnel on September 18, 19, 25, and 26 in 2010 ... holds a yearly Military Appreciation Day event open to all branches of the military and to the public ...
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