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SUPPORT OUR TROOPS

In America, all good comes from those who rise to the occasion.
Say thank you to our troops today.

Donate Today
America's Military Charity® 501(c)(3)

®

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SUPPORT OUR TROOPS

In America, all good comes from those who rise to the occasion.
Say thank you to our troops today.

Donate Today
America's Military Charity® 501(c)(3)

®

Letters from Our Soldiers

So how far does a simple box of toiletries, treats, and a kind note really go?

OCONUS, May 15, 2016 - We just received 5 packages from you and we wanted to give our thanks to the men, women, and children that took the time in sending these packages to us. We were over whelmed as we opened each box and distributed the contents throughout the Soldiers in our unit/team. We all found it very hard to come up with the words that could describe the gratitude and thankfulness that we all experienced in receiving the gifts. It is because of concerned citizens such as yourself that we continue to serve and protect our great Nation, the United States of America. The love and generosity you have shown us will stay with us for our remaining time of deployment, and even for many years after our re-deployment. The picture I am sending was taken back in November of 2015. Since then, we have grown in numbers and some have changed out with other members of the service. We will be sending an updated photo in the near future. God Bless each and every one of you, God Bless our Families, and God Bless the Greatest Nation on the face of the earth, the United States of America! ~~ SGM Seann ------

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Meet Your Military: Severely Injured Special Forces Soldier Returns to Duty

EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla., May 5, 2016 — A Special Forces noncommissioned officer has returned to full active duty service two and a half years after his hand was amputated to free him from underneath a vehicle before a suicide bomber could strike a deadly blow against him and his team. Army Sgt. 1st Class Ivan Morera, a Miami native and a Special Forces medic, continues to serve with the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), despite being severely wounded in a vehicle rollover in Afghanistan.


In August 2013, an insurgent on a motorcycle drove up to the front-left tire of the mine-resistant, ambush protected all-terrain vehicle that Morera was driving. Aware of intelligence reports that insurgents were employing suicide bombers on motorcycles, Morera swerved to avoid the attacker. The insurgent pursued his vehicle, even as he swerved multiple times. The final time Morera swerved, the vehicle went off the road. When he overcorrected to return to the road, the vehicle began to roll over. While the vehicle flipped, the driver's-side door next to Morera broke off its hinges. Read more ...

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