Respect they who are gone, and respect and support those who still struggle to keep us free. Go out of your way to do a little something for them. Send an email, letter, or care package to a soldier, a Marine, an airman or a sailor.
If you don't know someone to whom you can send emails, letters, and care packages you can go to this site to 'adopt' a soldier: http://soldiersangels.org/index.php?page=adopt-a-soldier. As I understand, you sign up, they then verify your info, then they assign a soldier to you so you can start communicating with him/her. There was no cost to sign up, but they do accept donations. More infor here: http://soldiersangels.org/index.php?page=adopting-a-soldier. By the way, I am not sure if this is just for the army, or if it encompasses personnel in all branches of the military service. I believe they also suggest ways to help the families of soldiers too.
Ihave sent care packages and emails before, to soldiers I did not know, but not on a very regular basis. This sounds like a truly easy way to make a good difference, on a recurring basis, in the life of a soldier who is risking his or her life protecting you, me, and our freedoms.
Here is another link to a site that will enable you to contact the troops via email: http://www.usafns.com/email.shtml#AA
And yet another: http://emailourmilitary.com/
All the best,