Atlanta Falcons Military, Salute to Service


Salute to Service

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.

2019 Salute to Service Week

2019 Salute to Service Week

Leading up to their Salute to Service game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Falcons hosted several events to honor and say Thank You to our veteran and active military members.

2019 Salute to Service Nominee


Steve Cannon is the Falcons' nominee for the 2019 Salute to Service Award

Nov 04, 2019

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Falcons CEO Steve Cannon nominated for 2019 Salute to Service Award

Nov 04, 2019

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Arthur Blank, Steve Cannon, Dan Quinn and players thank and learn from our military at West Point

May 27, 2019


2018 Salute to Service Week

Watch: Salute to Service Recap

Watch highlights from the Falcons Salute to Service week.

'We Play For' 2018

For the third consecutive year, every Falcons player will be wearing the initials of a Fallen Hero on a special helmet decal during Sunday's game. Hear the name of the military member whose initials each player will bear on Sunday.

A Tribute to Fallen Heroes

We honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice to protect our country. This Sunday, the Atlanta Falcons will honor 64 fallen heroes in observance to their Salute to Service game.

We welcome the American flag the troops in Iraq gave to our team

This summer, the troops in Iraq gave Falcons Head Coach Dan Quinn and our team an American flag. Today, we welcomed that flag back home at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

'We Play For' SGT Joseph Rahaim

For the third consecutive year, the Atlanta Falcons will honor Fallen Heroes. Every player's helmet will bear the initials of a military member that made the ultimate sacrifice.

Salute to Service Video

Falcons Contingent makes USO trip to Iraq

Dan Quinn and a contingent of Falcons players, executives and cheerleaders went to Iraq to show support for our troops. But they gained more than they gave.

In Honor of our Father

Amanda Young and her two boys lost their father who struggled with PTSD and committed suicide. In collaboration with the T.A.P.S organization, the Atlanta Falcons hosted the Young family to a special training camp practice and were surprised by a special guest.