Google’s always up to something with its doodles. This time Google celebrated Veteran’s day with a doodle perched on the site.

The traditional logo is generally displaced in favor of one that shows the day’s importance.

Google’s blogpost additionally has multiple resources that Veterans can use.

This is what the Google Doodle Blog says:

“In 1954, President Eisenhower changed Armistice Day — a holiday honoring WWI veterans — to Veterans Day, a day to honor all American Veterans. The day, which celebrates living U.S. Veterans as opposed to Memorial Day which honors Veterans who have passed, marks a special time of reflection, gratitude, and remembrance. Today we honor and thank both Veterans and their families for their bravery and sacrifice for the Red, White and Blue.”