There are several ways you can get involved and help survivors.

REMEMBER, RESPECT AND HONOR

When you see someone wearing one of the Gold Star or Next of Kin lapel buttons, please remember, respect and honor the fallen service member it represents. Simple acknowledgment or words of encouragement can mean a lot. Join us in telling others about the meanings behind the Gold Star or Next of Kin lapel buttons and the importance of remembering and honoring those who wear them.

REFER

If you know someone who is a surviving military family member, tell him or her about Army Survivor Outreach Services. This program provides a world-wide community of support for survivors from all eras. To learn more, please contact Survivor Outreach Services.


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MESSAGES FROM OUR MILITARY LEADERSHIP 

 

Chief of Staff of the Army

Gen Raymond T. Odierno

and Mrs. Linda Odierno

 

Sergeant Major of the Army

SMA Raymond F. Chandler III

and Mrs. Jeanne Chandler