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HONOR
Recognizing Service Members Throughout November

Recognizing Service Members Throughout November

As the Official Military Platform of the Washington Commanders, Washington salute is committed to maintaining a prominent tradition of honoring and recognizing service members, senior military leadership, and military performance groups during its Salute to Service Month.

EMPOWER
Supporting Organizations Serving Those Who Served

Supporting Organizations Serving Those Who Served

We are proud of our partnerships with local military organizations that benefit their efforts to support all who have served our great nation. It is our privilege to host a variety of events that leverage these organizations, raise funds for their efforts, and spread awareness around their programs. We are pleased to announce our Salute to Service Community Events Calendar with USO National, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), RecruitMilitary, and ROTC Programs with local universities!

CONNECT
Using Our Platform To Connect The Military Community

Using Our Platform To Connect The Military Community

We're invested in connecting our team with local military families, creating events and programs to connect local military families with each other, and establishing a fan club that makes military families further connected with our city! Learn about the ways we extend our hand to local installations and how you can join us in our outreach!

 Commanders Andrews Air Force Base Photo Gallery

The Washington Commanders made their final preparations for the preseason opener against the Carolina Panthers by holding a walkthrough at Joint Base Andrews. Check out the top photos from the practice, which included remarks from co-owner and co-CEO Tanya Snyder. Photos by Emilee Fails/Washington Commanders

Walter Reed Medical Center Visit

The Washington Commanders kicked off Salute to Service Month with a trip to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. The visit featured a dozen players, the Washington Commanders Charitable Foundation as well as team dog Mando. Players spent the afternoon handing out gifts packs, signing autographs, interacting with hospital staff and patients and spreading good cheer throughout the building. Photos by Emilee Fails and Kourtney Carroll/Washington Commanders