TSSi Honors Veterans Day 2018

 DoD photo by Sgt. Randall Clinton, U.S. Marine Corps/Released via  Flickr .

DoD photo by Sgt. Randall Clinton, U.S. Marine Corps/Released via Flickr.

TSSi will be closed Monday, November 12, 2018 in observance of the Veterans Day holiday. We wish to honor and sincerely thank all who have served and those who continue to serve in effort to protect our great nation. Take the time to thank a veteran and those in active duty today and appreciate their determination, loyalty, and sacrifice to protect the greatest country in the world!

Read more about Veterans Day here.

November is National Military Family Month

 (Photo by SSG Helen Miller, MIARNG via  Flickr )

(Photo by SSG Helen Miller, MIARNG via Flickr)

First celebrated in 1993, National Military Family Month is celebrated every November to both recognize and honor the military families that sacrifice so much to support our military and nation.

According to the DoD Military Community and Family Policy, the following year after the first Military Family Month was celebrated in 1993, “…President Clinton issued a presidential proclamation establishing National Military Families Recognition Day. Subsequent presidents have issued proclamations, and Congress has periodically passed resolutions designating November as Military Family Month.”

TSSi is proud to employ members of the Armed Forces as well as Veterans. We thank their families for their dedication and sacrifice.

This November, find ways that YOU can recognize military families in your community!

Navy Day 2018

 U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tamara Vaughn/Released via  Flickr

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Tamara Vaughn/Released via Flickr

Navy Day is observed annually on October 27. It is a day to salute all of the women and men who have served, both past and present, in the United States Navy.

Navy Day was originally sponsored by the Navy League 1922. Navy Day is designed to give recognition to the naval service. The Navy League of New York proposed that the official observance be on 27 October in honor of President Theodore Roosevelt, who had been born on that day.