You can find a page of 4 graphs there. There is also a research summary here and an infographic there. An excellent short summary of the history of Veterans Day may be found at this link. Finally, a link for the Veterans History Project is well worth your time exploring today. The VA’s National Cemetery Administration currently maintains 155 national cemeteries (you can find more facts about the national Cemetery Administration there). Twenty percent (105,845 Veterans interred in FY 2020) of U.S. Veterans who died (estimated 592,682 in FY 2020) in the U.S. and Puerto Rico in FY 2020 were buried in a national, state or tribal Veterans cemetery. As new national, state and tribal Veterans cemeteries open, this percentage is expected to increase.
Finally, a 16 page teachers guide for Veteran’s Day 2021 may be found there.
For all his accomplishments and fame, actor Lee Marvin chose to be remembered as a Private First Class of Marines. pic.twitter.com/ipVqYIjR6x
— Bob Smalser (@spraguepond) November 10, 2021