Celebrates the Birthday of the U.S. Army - June 14, 1775

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In celebration of the U.S. Army's 233rd birthday, will be taking up to 50% off all U.S. Army and military pride gear at

Born out of the desire to defend liberty, on June 14, 1775, the Continental Army was formed to fight and meet the demands of the American Revolutionary War. Since that time, many U.S. veteran and military heroes have proudly worn the U.S. Army uniform, fighting for the freedoms that our nation guarantees and living by the Warrior Ethos - "I will always place the mission first. I will never accept defeat. I will never quit. I will never leave a fallen comrade." - an online community reuniting and supporting U.S. veterans & military will be taking up to 50% off all Army and military pride items in celebration of the U.S. Army's 233rd birthday, and to show their appreciation for our veterans and military personnel of all branches.

U.S. military caps, shirts, collectibles, patches, stickers and many other items will be available online at from 10-50% off.

"Each and every day the entire team takes time to express our thanks, appreciation and honor toward our military heroes - whether it be through helping people reunite, providing information and support, or simply saying "Thank You." We are here for our veterans and military", says founder and U.S. Veteran Dale F. Sutcliffe. currently has over 869,000 members nationwide, attracting over 150,000 visitors per month to the Web site. With the powerful notion of "reuniting" in mind, offers services such as: search the database to make contact with old friends, search and set up reunions, search military units, message boards, post photos and share military jokes, obtain information on how to receive medals, military records and more.

On June 14 and all year long, is devoted to honoring, supporting and reuniting veterans and active military of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard - all heroes of our nation.

Founded in 2000 by Marine Corps veteran of Desert Storm, Dale F. Sutcliffe, thousands of people have been reconnected through, spanning from World War II thru to Operation Desert Storm and the present. For further information and/or interview opportunities please contact Maynard Anderson at (843) 856-2867.


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