Reader Travel Tip of the Day: Pass Your Extra Vouchers to a Soldier

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Pass Your Extra Vouchers to a Soldier Each Friday, we’re featuring a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from Lee R., who, perhaps inspired by Tuesday’s Veterans Day tip, says: “I receive several drink vouchers from Southwest, so, when traveling, I always look for a uniformed soul who […]

Travel Tip of the Day: In Honor of Our Veterans

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If you’re a long time reader of JohnnyJet.com or following me on Facebook or Twitter, then you know that I wrote a story last year that went viral. It was about a fallen soldier on my Delta flight a week before Veteran’s Day. It was such a special flight (I actually cried while writing about […]

Travel Tip of the Day: Upgrade a Soldier, Say Thank You

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Upgrade a Soldier, Say Thank You If you’re a frequent traveler like me and, from time to time, get upgraded to First or Business Class, here’s a nice way to give back—in honor of Veterans Day—to the brave men and women defending our country. Find out if there are any uniformed soldiers in the gate […]

Travel Website of the Week: Wounded Warrior Project

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With Veterans Day coming up next week, it’s as good a time as ever to support the Wounded Warrior Project, which helps those injured in military service adjust back to life back home. It’s an amazing cause and the site makes it easy to get involved. You can register an event (they’ll help you) to […]

Norfolk, VA Pays Tribute for Veteran’s Day

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Veteran’s Day is November 11th, and Norfolk, Virginia, home of the largest military base not just in the country, but the world, is showing their support and gratitude for servicemen and women past and present with several signature events. There are so many different outdoor and museums to choose from that you can make an […]

Free National Park Entry for Veteran’s Weekend

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This Veteran’s Day weekend, all 398 of America’s national parks will be open and free to everyone. Paying respect to patriots who have served our country in uniform both past and present, the National Park Service invites everyone to head out doors and experience what our beautiful country has to offer. There are even special […]