Veteran’s Day freebies 2021: where veterans can get free meals, services – Fox 59

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INDIANAPOLIS — With Veterans Day next week, many people will be celebrating and honoring friends, family and other loved ones across the nation. Many locations will be celebrating, too, by providing free food and drink to any person in the military, active or not. Proof of military identification may be requested.
This list will be updated as more information is released:

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