An American flag is unfurled at Levi Stadium

Baltimore Ravens show their team pride and military appreciation

Beautiful aerial view of New Era Field

DeAndre Hopkins holds American flag and feels the love

President George H. W. Bush

Even the smallest details matter with this tiny Salute to Service ribbon and American flag

Fans get creative with their Salute to Service

Houston Texans bearing American Flags as they take the field

Houston Texans get all fired up for the military

Jermaine Kearse shakes hands with injured military members

Jordy Nelson shows his support

Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders sport their camo uniforms

L.A. Rams Mascot Rampage with a cool new jacket

Los Angeles Ram player styles his Salute to Service t-shirt

Members of the Houston Texans along with President George H.W. Bush

Members of the military greeted by Jordan Matthews before game

Members of the military come back together after unfurling an American flag

Members of the Military take the field in KC

Military members high five Jets and Bills fans before the start of the game

NFL Cheerleaders Saluting the Troops

Segs4Vets allows wounded warriors take part in the NFL’s military appreciation program

Service members perform during first half of Miami Dolphins vs. New York Jets

Serviceman leading the charge in Seattle

Soldiers re-enlist before the Seahawks and Ravens game

Soldiers stand and wave before the Vikings and Lions game

The 12th Man standing tall

These men do not mess around in their camo

U.S. Army members walk off the field before the New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills game

U.S. military personnel take part in a pre-game ceremony before San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders game

NFL’s Salute To Service

The NFL created the Salute to Service campaign to demonstrate gratitude to those who have fought and who are still fighting for our country. The league strives to support the military all year and Salute to Service mid-season initiative seeks to further elevate military appreciation across all teams, players and fans. This campaign directly recognizes servicemen and women by asking that they participate in various pre-game ceremonies, as well as the unfurling of a large American flag while on the field. In honor of Veterans Day, the league has committed to donating $1,000 to its three core non-profit partners (USO, Pat Tillman Foundation, and Wounded Warrior Project) for every point scored during the NFL’s Salute to Service games. The league has already donated over a half a million dollars to these organizations. This campaign also includes an annual Salute to Service Award. This is presented by USAA to acknowledge the impressive efforts by members of the NFL community who give their exceptional support to U.S. service members, veterans and their families. Last year, Vincent Jackson was given the 2015 Salute to Service Award at the 5th Annual NFL Honors awards ceremony. For more about the NFL’s Salute to Service, click here http://www.nfl.com/salute