Support our Troops
Following are just a very few of the thousands of web sites created
during the last several years to support our troops. It's impossible
to list all of them. We wish we could ...
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We hope and encourage you to take a few moments and check out these
sites and find one that you like and discover a new way to support our
America US Department of Defense web site with tons of links
to many "support our troops" sites. Great place
to start. "Many independent organizations are ready and willing
to help you support the troops.
Listed here are Web sites for several organizations that are sponsoring programs
for members of the armed forces overseas. While it would be inappropriate for
the Defense Department to endorse any specifically, service members do value
and appreciate this support".
now sending heaters. "They also send medical supplies to the
Combat Support Hospitals for both injured American Soldiers and for
the staff, as well as various basic items the soldiers request and
Soldier care packages Find care packages for the troops at SemperFinest.com, the place to find soldier care packages, Marine care packages and more. A soldier care package can make a world of difference to those deployed.
Wounded Warrior Project "The Wounded Warrior Project seeks to assist those men and women of our
armed forces who have been severely injured during the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan,
and elsewhere around the world".
Military Moms "Welcome
to Military Moms ~ An online support group.
Home of the Proud Military Mom. Proud to be serving all US Military Families since
August 2, 2001."
Operation Military Pride "Operation
Military Pride is a volunteer organization with
a wide range of activities-all of which are to boost the morale of our
troops deployed overseas. We not only send cards, letters and care packages
ourselves, but also distribute troop names and addresses to patriots wanting
to send cards, letters or care packages directly to troops."
Any Soldier "Any Soldier Inc. started in August 2003 as a simple family effort to help the soldiers in one Army unit. However, due to overwhelming requests, on 1 January 2004 the Any Soldiertm effort was expanded to include any member, of any of the Armed Forces in harms way."
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