Operation First Response brings wounded soliders and families together. They bridge any gaps, that might arrise during a critical or difficult situation. www.operationfirstresponse.org
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So many of us born to this country do not even know that there
are certain things expected of us as American citizens, that we
have a responsibility to defend this country’s constitution and
it’s people. We give the responsibility to our military to take up
arms and defend our homeland and when they have given all
they can, isn’t it then that our oath kicks in and embraces them?
Isn’t it our job to give them hope and security, the same security
that they enlisted to be in harms way for us? Our sacrifices in
giving them hope and a chance for a promising future is so small
in comparison to their sacrifices.
It should be so easy for us to care for our heroes. If each of us
gave a small gesture of kindness to them imagine the difference
we could make.
When our wounded say to us “What will I do now?”
Please join me in saying “Take my hand and we will get through
this together and give hope to all that need it.”
The Operation First Response Team
Operation First Response works with The Office
of the Secretary of Defense Military Severely
Injured Center and other programs to identify
the needs of our service members who are
wounded or gravely ill.