May is National Military Appreciation Month. The global war on terrorism has been going on for more than 15 years—that’s longer than the combined duration of World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. That means that many deployed military personnel are separated from their families.
Read the article “Military Relations Office, Website Supports Members of the Church in Uniform” to learn about how the Church supports LDS military service members and their families.
- Learn about service member groups that are formed when military members are unable to attend local wards or branches.
- Learn about the role of LDS chaplains who serve in the military.
- Learn how you can serve a military relations mission somewhere in the world.
Learn about other Church resources for those who serve in the military in the article “Thanks to Veterans Who Serve Their Country.”