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To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on our nation, the Partnership teamed up with the VA’s National Cemetery Administration and the nonprofit Carry the Load as part of a national day of service on Sept. 10, 2021. Partnership CEO and President Max Stier joined VA Secretary Denis McDonough at a Quantico National Cemetery event, and other Partnership staff volunteered at an event at Alexandria National Cemetery.
In honor of Veterans Day, we share five attributes that make our nation’s veterans impactful leaders and exceptional public servants. These values make it all but certain that military service members help inspire teamwork, public service and a passion for the greater good in the professional workplace and beyond.
Daniel Sitterly, assistant secretary for the Office of Human Resources and Administration/Operations, Security and Preparedness in the Department of Veterans Affairs, writes about his decision to join the military and the importance of remembering veterans year round.
Not only do veterans help protect our country by serving in the military, but they help Americans by serving in the federal government. Even though Veterans Day has passed, we should be thanking veterans for the many ways they serve our country all year long.