Reba McEntire is proud to support all of our nation's past and current military members, and she recently took to social media to express her gratitude towards them.
McEntire aimed her thanks at two individiuals in particular, her friends Cpl. Kyle Thomas Eaton and SFC(R) Marcus D. Randolph.
Eaton is currently serving in the Marines, and served during Operation "Enduring Freedom" in Afghanistan.
Randolph, who's been in the Army for 20 years, served during Operation "Iraqi Freedom" in Iraq.
McEntire chose to thank Eaton and Randolph through the "Thank A Vet" video creator through the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) website. The creator allows users to make a personal video tribute to the veteran(s) in their life by including their own photos and thank you messages.
"Thank you for all you have given, it never goes unnoticed," McEntire wrote on Eaton's video.
McEntire also thanked all servicemen and women for their commitment to serving our country at the end of the video she made for Randolph.
Watch the tribute videos McEntire made for Eaton and Randolph below. If you'd like to thank the veteran(s) in your life with a video, you can do so by visiting the DAV website.
Like McEntire, we too send our heartfelt thanks out to all of our veterans and current military members.
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