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Veterans Day: Justin Timberlake, Mark Wahlberg and More Stars Honor Those Who’ve Served on Veterans Day

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Tipping their caps. Justin Timberlake, Mark Wahlberg and more stars are paying their respects on Veterans Day to those who have dedicated their lives to protecting the United States.

"Thank you to ALL the women, men, and their families who have served to protect our freedom. I honor you today and EVERY day! #VeteransDay," Timberlake, 35, tweeted on Friday, November 11.

Wahlberg, 45, added, "THANK YOU to the men and women of our armed forces (and their families!) for your bravery, strength and service. #VeteransDay."

Some stars have been sharing patriotic photos and personal stories too. "My hart belongs to the veterans who have sacrificed and served our country in times of war and peace to protect our freedom!" Melissa Joan Hart wrote via Instagram. "Thank you! Especially to my Uncle Neil, my brother in law @sckruse73, my dear friend John Sabino @anthony.sabino, and my Grandfather Stanley, Uncle Stanley and Uncle Mark! #VeteransDay #LandofTheFreeBecauseofTheBrave."

Garth Brooks recognized the day by posting a photo of himself with members of the U.S. military during his October 28 appearance on Good Morning America in New York City. "Let's declare every day as Military Day!" he captioned the Twitter pic. "Those who have served, we THANK YOU and LOVE YOU! love, g #VeteransDay."

The public holiday is being celebrated just three days after Donald Trump was elected as the 45th president over his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton. The mogul, 70, honored the heroes via Twitter.

"Today we express our deepest gratitude to all those who have served in our armed forces. #ThankAVet," he wrote.

During the presidential campaign, one of Trump's key issues was taking better care of veterans. In his four-year term, he hopes to create a White House hotline for complaints and appoint a VA secretary who will solely be in charge of serving vets, as well as remove federal employees who haven't helped vets to the best of their ability.

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