Letter to the Troops-from Ben Stein

 

Dear Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines, National Guard, Reservists, in Iraq, in the Middle East theater, in Afghanistan, in the area near Afghanistan, in any base anywhere in the world, and your families: Read the rest of this entry »

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VFW Friends of Freedom

VFW Friends of Freedom made the 2006 holidays a little brighter for wounded troops at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC), Fort Sam Houston, TX. Read the rest of this entry »

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“regardless of what the news reports”

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On behalf of the Marines and Sailors of HMLA-367, I would just
like to say thank you for the care package you sent to us. It’s
absolutely wonderful to get packages from the folks back home and it
reminds us that, regardless of what the news reports, there is
tremendous support for our forward deployed forces throughout the world.
Thank you again.

Semper Fi,

Major Mark K.

HMLA-367
Al Taqqadum, Iraq

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Thank You Storage Depot

Operation Love Our Troops would like to extend a sincere, heartfelt thank you to Storage Depot in Shirley for your support and encouragement

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82nd Airborne

Thank you all:)

Operation Love Our Troops would like to thank all the people, schools, scouts and churches who are currently collecting supplies, writing cards, creating decorations to send to the troops for Valentine’s Day. We will be collecting/receiving supplies for shipment until next Thursday, Friday for shipment out that weekend.

A prayer request

From a Navy mom:
“Hi. I ask you all to include a young Marine in your prayers. He was deployed to Iraq in August and is coming home to Bethesda today or tomorrow after being wounded three times.
His wounds are not life threatening as far as we know. He was flying from Germany as ambulatory. He will be spending time at Bethesda though.”
In addition to Bobby’s military service, his brother and father are active duty and deployed-leaving his mom stateside.
“I know that your prayers will be appreciated.
Thanks”