Veteran’s Day was formally created by a Congressional request to the President in 1926 to celebrate Armistice Day at the end of World War One. Then, in 1954, at the urging of major Veteran organizations, it was renamed Veterans Day to honor Active Duty and Veteran service members. Since then, the holiday has become a time for our country to reflect on those currently serving in uniform at home and abroad, and to pay tribute to their sacrifices.
Navy Federal Credit Union has been supporting those who have worn the nation’s uniform since 1933—exclusively serving Active Duty, Veterans, and their families with membership benefits and unparalleled financial tools and products.
Looking for a loan? Navy Federal is a top VA lender. Active Duty and Veterans may be eligible for 100% financing1 options on VA loans guaranteed through the Department of Veterans Affairs, and Navy Federal’s experienced loan officers can help guide first-time and seasoned home buyers alike through the process.
Service academy cadets can also get in on the great rates, low fees, and perks of membership with Navy Federal. By banking with us, you could earn and save $473 per year2.
The benefits of becoming a member aren’t just limited to financial products either. Navy Federal offers financial guidance and resources to help you reach your goals, whether it’s budget creation, emergency funds, or effective credit management.
So this Veteran’s Day, on behalf of the entire Navy Federal family, thank you for your service.
This article was sponsored by Navy Federal Credit Union. Navy Federal Credit Union is federally insured by NCUA.
1Product features subject to approval. Available for purchase loans only. Loans are subject to an additional funding fee which may be financed up to the maximum loan amount.
2Dollar value shown represents the results of the 2022 Navy Federal Member Giveback Study. The Member Giveback Study takes into consideration internal market analyses comparing Navy Federal products with industry national averages, as well as member discounts, incentives, and other savings.