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2019 Goods and Services Delivered $69,492,877
2019 Overhead: Less than 5%
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2019 Goods and Services Delivered $69,492,877
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BPTA Mascot Lil' Mac named after our Battalion XO, who we refer to as Big MacBPTA Mascot Lil' Mac named after our Battalion XO, who we refer to as Big Mac

Sir/Ma'am,
Good afternoon! I just wanted to say thank you for the care packages we received this week. Nothing makes a Soldier turn into a kid like cookies! We are so appreciative of your support, please tell your volunteers we appreciate everything.

Have a good day! Have a blessed day,
~~ CW3 Jennifer [ ], Battle Group- Poland
The mascot’s name is Lil’ Mac, named after our Battalion XO, who we refer to as Big Mac, LOL!

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From Peru to U.S. Navy Chief

A lot of young people come to the United States looking for a better life, and many join the military as part of their journey. Navy Chief Petty Officer Ubaldo Huaromo, 54, is no exception.

Growing up in Ancash, Peru, he never expected that he'd be traveling the globe managing supplies for the world's greatest navy. While supporting his family in his home country, he was hired by a travel agency. That led to the opportunity of a lifetime. In August 1988, he picked up his life and moved to the United States. Eight years later, he joined the Navy, enabling him to bring his wife and two children into the country. His solid work ethic quickly put him on the fast track to Navy success.

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U.S. Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron (MWSS) 171, observe the range prior to conducting training in front of Mt. Fuji with M240B machine guns during exercise Eagle Wrath 21 at Combined Arms Training Center (CATC) Camp Fuji, Japan, July 16, 2021. Eagle Wrath is an annual MWSS-171 exercise at CATC Camp Fuji, Japan, designed to increase squadron proficiency in conducting real-world contingency missions while in a forward operating environment. (photo by Lance Cpl. Justin J. Marty)

Active duty U.S. Marines observe the range before training with M240B machine guns in front of Mount Fuji in Japan, July 16, 2021. The military training was part of Eagle Wrath, an annual Marine Wing Support Squadron 171 exercise designed to increase proficiency in conducting contingency missions in a deployed forward operating environment.  Photo by Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Justin J. Marty

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