Today, Sunday November 11th, the United States of America honors all American veterans who dedicated their lives to serving to protect and safeguard the freedoms provided to every citizen of this country under the U.S. Constitution.
The appreciation for these sacrifices is honored every year on November 11th. To show your personal tribute of thanks, respect and reverence to every veteran living or dead you can display a Veterans Day Facebook Cover Timeline Photo on your Facebook page.
Below are several websites that offer a variety of Veterans Day Covers with lots of patriotic images and powerful quotes of sacrifice and service. Each Cover is free to download to your computer or use the special app to upload your selected image straight to your Timeline photos. Happy Veterans Day.
Dozens of Veterans Day Facebook Cover Downloads
covermyfb: there are 14 Veterans Day related Facebook Covers including a Honoring All Who Served Facebook Cover, American Eagle and Flag, and several Old Glory Stars and Strips Flag Covers. Just right click and save the image to your computer or use the special app to upload your selected Cover straight to your Timeline photos.
coverjunction: here you’ll find some user submitted Covers including a beautiful “Honoring All Who Served Veterans Day” quote Cover and Waving Flags.
pagecovers: has three featured observance of Veterans Day Facebook Cover such as Honor All, Veterans Day Eagle and Happy Veterans Day Cover.
firstcovers: this premiere website has a unique Cover that would be a fitting display to honor our veterans.
99covers: a classic black and white Cover showing the soldiers holding up the American flag.
- soldiers flag: another colorful version of this same image with the American flag on the right.
- Veterans Day Quote: a nice Veterans Day Facebook Cover quote with American flag.
myFBCovers: this nice Cover is a 2012 Veterans Day tribute with November 12, 2012 with several memorable phrases like as “In Memory of those who gave their lives in the service of our country”, “honoring all who served” and “america’s veterans“.
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