In honor of Veteran’s Day next week, we want to share helpful online resources for teaching your online learner about the U.S. military.
Here are a few military websites to bookmark as you learn more about Veteran’s Day:
Military.com – Read about each service branch, military life, and current military news stories.
Defense.gov – Find a comprehensive listing of official websites for the Department of Defense.
Army.mil – Check out news, media like video clips, and more about National Guard and Reserve forces.
History.army.mil/websites.html – Browse through this library of web links for defense and U.S. history related websites. Non-government sites include education on wars and military turning points.
Wikipedia.org/wiki/Military – Read military basics and the importance of military to stable society.
Army.mil/women/ – Review the historical background and recent progress of women’s role in U.S. defense forces.
Va.gov/ – Read about the Veteran’s Affairs Department.
Also, here’s a quick video from the History Channel on the history of Veteran’s Day to share with your learner.
Yes or no, do you actively teach your student about the role of military?