Veterans Day is annually observed on November 11. This is because it was originally conceived as commemorating the armistice that ended World War I

Veterans Day is a federal holiday that is celebrated all across the United States annually on November 11 to honor those brave souls who have served in the US Armed Forces.

The United States has a long history of honoring its military veterans. In 1919, American President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed November 11th as Armistice Day to commemorate the cessation of hostilities at the end of World War I.

Honoring a veteran can be as easy as calling or messaging someone who has served and letting them know you appreciate everything they've done.

Veterans Day is a federal holiday, a bank holiday, and a state holiday in the majority of states. This is why federal employees, including members of the armed forces and state employees, have the day off.

To honor the military veterans, restaurants and food chains, retail stores, and travel companies come up with deals and discounts.

Veterans Day is celebrated to honor the former military veterans who have served in the US Armed Forces, whereas, Memorial Day is observed annually in May to commemorate the armed personnel who lost their lives while serving in the Armed Forces.

The United States has always prided itself on its military and armed forces. Veterans Day is observed to recognize and respect those who have proudly served their country.