It’s Veterans Day in the U.S.—a time when we take a moment to honor our military veterans and their service to our country. So to start, thank you, from the bottoms of our hearts, to any of our readers who have or currently served in our military. We wouldn’t be where we were today without your service and dedication.
If you want to honor a veteran, or you are one, a dedicated website is a great way to do so. Here’s a roundup of the most patriotic New Domains available.
Those who served in the U.S. Air Force can use the .AIRFORCE domain to share their experience or connect with other veterans. It’s a space where those who are a part of this military branch can come together to provide support for one another.
Members of the U.S. Navy and their families can use a .NAVY domain to support its members. Share information about the Navy for Americans who are interested in serving, or use a .NAVY URL to forward to a relevant Facebook page or Twitter feed.
The .ARMY domain can be used by anyone interested in honoring its active and veteran members. It could also be used by writers or historians who want to share the history of this branch in the military.
Even if you aren’t in the military, you can still show your pride as an American by honoring your political party. Groups and individuals can use the .DEMOCRAT domain to show off their political affiliation or outline their platforms.
.REPUBLICAN domains are also available for registration if you’re more red than blue. Politicians running for office can use a domain with this extension for their official website, and Republicans can use it to create their own space to discuss issues that matter to them.