The 18 Military Facebook Pages You Should Be Following
Why you should follow: Mat Best and the boys at Article 15 Clothing bring laughter in a way only veterans and active military personnel can relate to. They shoot anything that goes bang and make awesome videos.
Why you should follow: Stay up-to-date with the U.S. military’s most-trusted* news source (If you aren’t aware, Duffel Blog is a parody news organization offering pitch perfect satire on military and veterans issues).
Why you should follow: A weekly comic strip started by a Marine veteran, Terminal Lance offers not only hilarious comic strips, but plenty of memes and funny photos that are submitted.
Why you should follow: These vets take funny jabs at all branches of the military. Meme War Fridays are the best!
Why you should follow: This is a must-follow page for all you veterans in the film and television industry. Learn of the latest networking, audition, and job opportunities here.
Why you should follow: Connect with Marines who served in Helmand and Al Anbar and see what they’re up to.
Why you should follow: Get the latest combat footage on your Facebook timeline.
Why you should follow: Get daily commemorative posts of troops who are buried at the cemetery.
Why you should follow: Learn what our latest K-9 war buddies are up to via photos, videos, and stories.
Why you should follow: This is a great page to follow if you’re currently serving. Get the latest military entertainment, programs, and services here.
Why you should follow: Remember the crazy, off-the-wall, and hilarious stuff your drill sergeant said? Follow this page for comedy that only veterans and active troops would understand.
Why you should follow: The official Guardians of Valor Facebook page. Follow this page to learn and report those who falsely claim military service and/or claim unauthorized medals or tabs.
Why you should follow: This is another great page for military humor. Get your funny military pictures and memes here.
Why you should follow: This is the official Make the Connection Facebook page. It’s an active page that connects veterans and their loved ones to stories of strength and resources for living well.
Why you should follow: Follow this page to get daily inspirational messages and SEAL stories.
Why you should follow: Learn something new about the Navy’s aviation history every day.
Why you should follow: Learn about the latest tactical gear through reviews, videos and stories.
Why you should follow: This is a great resource for military personnel, veterans, and their families.
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