Not sure how to show your appreciation for those that have served our country? We got your six.

This Veterans Day, we here at OCN encourage you to do more than just say, "Thank you for your service." With so many former servicemen and women struggling to re-enter the civilian world and form a post-military identity, they need more than just words. If you're curious as to how to you can do your part in helping, veterans give our list of suggestions a look:

Hire One

Did you know that you get a tax credit for hiring veterans? Help a veteran (and your business) by giving them gainful employment to start the next chapter of their lives.

Listen to Them

If a veteran needs to talk about their post-military struggles, sit down over a beer or coffee and just let them talk.

Show Them Where to Get Help

If you're worried about a veteran's mental health, guide them towards resources that specialize in PTSD. There are now special therapies and treatment centers like PTSD USA that cater specifically to helping combat veterans.

How to Thank a Veteran

Support Veteran-Run Businesses

Companies like Black Rifle Coffee, Combat Flip Flops, Grunt Style, and Bison Union have a lot to offer and supporting these companies supports their veteran staff members in return.

Donate Your Frequent Flyer Miles

The good folks at the Fisher House Foundation take donated Frequent Flyer Miles and put them to good use with their Hero Miles Program. The program "... provides round-trip airline tickets to wounded, injured, and ill service members and/or their families who are undergoing treatment at a military or VA medical center; or who are attending an authorized event. Flights are made possible through frequent flyer mile donations made by individual airline passengers."

Don't Wait Until Veterans Day to Express Your Gratitude

Make every day Veterans Day and look for ways to serve those that have served. Whether it's cutting their grass or watching their kids so they can have a date night, there's always something you can do to show gratitude.