I would like to thank the fellow Americans who support us. I would like to thank the USO in Dallas, Austin and Atlanta. you guys were great and treated us very on my layovers in these cities. God Bless all of you. Again thank you very much. ~~Dan A ------ SFC US Army, Grovetown (Augusta), Ga.
Thanks very much to all those Great Americans supporting us. God Bless You and God Bless America. From South Korea ~~Spc ------, Ana, US ARMY, New York
Thank you to everyone who continues to support us. Due to the fact that most of us are disconnected to our fellow Americans and forget that there are many of you supporting us. I was a member who recently received a steak dinner from Mr. Anton and his team. It was like Christmas here. This support brings hope and happiness during the hardest times any of us have ever seen! ~~TSgt Melissa ------ (USAF), Colorado Springs, Colo.
Thanks for this webpage and the kind thoughts expressed by all. It's important to know that the average citizen understands the sacrifices made by everyone in uniform and our families. ~~CPT P. ------ / US Army, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Cooks from the Valley visit to Central Command - I just wanted to take a moment to thank organizer Mr. Tom Anton and all of his cooks for today's trip to Central Command. We were all able to take a moment out of our hectic day to feel appreciated as we enjoyed one of the best tasting meals many of us have had in quite some time. Reading an on-line article on eyeoutforyou.com, it shows the distance this team goes to - showing support to men and women in uniform all over the world (this is the 7th event they've supported). It makes an enormous difference and we thank you for taking time out of your lives and away from your families to do this for us. Best wishes - CPT Angel R. Wallace ~~Angel R. ------, CPT, U.S. Army, Albuquerque, N.M.
I just wanted to send a big Thank You! out to everyone in America who is sending us support and love. We GREATLY appreciate all your efforts and support. Your letters and packages help us to make it through... Nothing brightens up a soldier's day more than to receive mail. It helps remind us of home... And all the great things we are fighting for. I just wanted to send my thanks and let you know that no matter what happens, America is still the greatest nation on this earth and our people prove it every day. Thank you! James ~~SPC James ------ US Army, Scottsville, Ky.
For people like me who haven't been home in a long time, it's good to see and hear from the people we work/fight/die for. ~~Joshua ------/A1C/USAF, Granite City/Belleville, Ill.