Nov. 11 marks a celebration of those who served in the military. Many different websites, business and news sources tweeted, honoring veterans.
— American Country™ (@NASCARCountryUS) November 11, 2015
— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) November 11, 2015
— LEGOLAND Florida (@LEGOLANDFlorida) November 11, 2015
Family members of those who fought to defend freedom in the U.S. and abroad took to Twitter to commemorate them.
— Amber Ferguson (@Ms_AmberDawn) November 11, 2015
— AAFO4Ever (@AAFO4Ever) November 11, 2015
— very thankful sean (@SeanMcElwee) November 11, 2015
Thank you to all who have served and to the wives, husbands, and children waiting for their loved ones to come home. ?, An Army Brat
— Angelle (@angelle_renee) November 11, 2015
Celebrities joined in on the action, thanking loved ones and all who served.
To our veterans: Thank you for your bravery, service and sacrifice. God bless… #VeteransDay
— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) November 11, 2015
— Matthew Morrison (@Matt_Morrison) November 11, 2015
Naturally, it did not take long for the comments on social media to turn negative.
#veteransday people in the us military today don't fight for our freedom but for the interests of a capitalist imperialist genocidal system
— dallas (@thotweiler) November 11, 2015
— TruthWillOut (@TGSNTtv) November 11, 2015
But overall, Twitter was filled with tweets of thanks, support and love for those who served.
— US Strategic Command (@US_Stratcom) November 11, 2015
— george newbern (@georgenewbern) November 11, 2015
#VeteransDay The day Americans fly flags and "thank a veteran", while voting for people who consistently cut their benefits and services.
— Pinky Slivotitz (@ACreativeMuggle) November 11, 2015