The Atlanta Falcons are proud to celebrate and honor our past and present members of the armed forces. The organization continues to strive to give back as much as possible to those who fight for our freedom. From visits to training camp to surprise reunions, view all of AtlantaFalcons.com's military appreciation coverage below.
Arthur Blank and the Atlanta Falcons hosted the inaugural CEO Symposium featuring the U.S. Army to connect U.S. Army senior leaders with global and national corporate executives and key influencers.
Sunday is the Falcons' Salute to Service game, and the organization will take it a step further this Sunday with a unique program dedicated to honoring fallen heroes
The Atlanta Falcons hosted a Military Appreciation Night benefiting Toys for Tots at the Official Team Store in Atlantic Station on Monday
Military members old and young, past and present, and representing all branches converged on Falcons Headquarters on Sunday for Military Appreciation Day at XFINITY Training Camp
C James Stone, Freddie Falcon and Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders joined elementary school students to write and decorate Valentine's Day cards and letters to military serving overseas.
Atlanta Falcons players, coaches and cheerleaders spent Thursday afternoon on Lake Lanier fishing with military veterans. The event is held to honor the veterans and give them a chance to compete for prizes.
Atlanta Falcons players and head coach Dan Quinn traveled to Augusta last week for a day that included a pep rally, simulation training, and bonding together at Fort Gordon
Our photographers have sorted through thousands of their photos and selected the very best images from games in 2014. Take a look at some of our favorite shots of the season.
Military appreciation month hit home for a few Falcons and to show their support TE Bear Pascoe, DE Cliff Matthews and RB Jacquizz Rodgers visited Dobbins Air Reserve Base to sign autographs and take photos with fans
TE Bear Pascoe, RB Jacquizz Rodgers and DE Cliff Matthews honored members of the military for military appreciation month by visiting Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta.
Col. Joe Curtis, who witnessed every game Atlanta Falcons home game for 48 seasons, passed away in his Macon, Ga., home Tuesday
The Falcons give thanks to the men and women of the United States military, both past and present, on this Veterans Day in a special video message to all the troops
The Falcons honored wounded military veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan during a fishing outing and cookout at Lake Lanier. This event affords each veteran an opportunity to fish with the Falcons and compete for prizes.
The Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders donned camouflage uniforms during Sunday's Salute to Service game against Seattle to pay tribute to the men and women of the armed forces
In honor of the NFL's Salute to Service game this weekend, D-Block welcomes in cornerback Robert McClain, who talks about his life growing up in a military family and how it shaped him into who he is today.
The Atlanta Falcons have joined forces with the Tunnel to Towers Foundation and the Gary Sinise Foundation to honor both Cpl. Todd Love and SFC. Michael Schlitz, who were both severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The UnitedHealthcare Rookie Club recently visited with students at an Atlanta area elementary school to write letters to active duty military members overseas
Many celebrations have taken place in the Falcons west end zone over the years, but few were as emotional as the scene when US Navy Petty Officer Jeff Howard, back from the Afghan war zone, surprised his mom, Tina, on Thursday.
Last week, the Falcons hosted 100 members of the United States military during Russell Athletic Training Camp to show support for the sacrifices the men and women of the armed forces make every day.
Several Falcons players visited Dobbins AFB to surprise military members and show their appreciation for their service
More than 70,000 people inside the Georgia Dome honored military veterans with a stunning card stunt during the Falcons' military appreciation game as a big way of saying 'Thank You For Your Service'
Members of the United States military arrive at the Georgia Dome and make their way to the field to rehearse for their salute to veterans, which will take place at halftime
The cards are laid out all over the Georgia Dome for today's halftime card stunt, which fans are asked to stay in their seats to help perform today to honor military veterans
The Falcons will hold a card stunt during Sunday's game against the Saints to honor members of the military during our Salute to Service halftime