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FtIrwinPaintedRockNCOmdJanuary 3, 2010 - Fort Polk, LA, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, Fort Irwin, California, and Fort Campbell, Kentucky, just got 35 pallets, or $148,995 worth, of trail mix treats, tins of flavored prepopped popcorn, and microwave popcorn from SOT's Operation Popcorn.  OP POP happens only thanks to the individual Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts who go door to door down most streets in America each Fall in their annual popcorn sale.  The Scouts, and the average people who answer their doors on those streets, care enough about the men and women who step up for all of us, that they make OP POP happen during the Scout's  popcorn sale every year.   Are you are kid?   Want to learn how to do millions of dollars worth of business and help people all over the world?  Check out Scouting.
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B169ChristmasDropDecember 23, 2009 - 1st Battalion, 169th Aviation Regiment in Iraq strikes it big with 70 Christmas Boxes from SupportOurTroops.Org!   One for every member.  They work hard for us and we want to show them how much all of us here at home care about them this Christmas Season.   May God Bless and keep you all safe!
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Here it is!  Our Fantastic Rebuilt Website!

Nothing but the best for the troops --  and our new site features really help everyone stand up for those who stand up for all of us!

P23705-31.jpgA veteran is a one of our neighbors who had what it took to step in between us and the bad guys. And these days a veteran may yet be doing that, having returned to active duty aboard to project our families here at home. My fellow men should know that nowadays there are women out there carrying guns and flying aircraft to look out for us men and our families here at home. Which brings up the question.
What should we do for them? And to everyone with a legitimate value system, the moral covenant is obvious: you stick up for the folks who stick up for you. The enemy may compel a parent to leave their family, but the enemy will not steal the family's future. For the veterans that means making sure they are provided with what they were promised in exchange for risking limb and life to protect our families. For the active duty that means looking out for them and their families in the thousands of different ways that it is necessary to do so. In both cases it means letting them know that you know about them and appreciate them. If you're sheepish about walking up and saying "thanks" to a vet or soldier, we can tell you two private ways you can make your feelings known. Write a letter to the editor (and follow up to make sure they print it). Send an email of thanks to the troops using the tool under the "What We Do" menu on this site. The point is this. It is individuals who step up to protect this nation, and it is we individuals who must step up for them. God Bless and keep safe all those who have or do serve on our behalves. May the Lord make his face shine upon them and grant them peace.
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERANovember 3, 2009 - How do you brighten up the day of someone who's feeling a bit neglected?   M&Ms! About $90,000 worth! SupportOurTroops.Org has just shipped two pallets of M&Ms® to field hospital and commissary-gift type huts soldiers first reach when they fall back from the front lines.   A fun thank-you and morale booster straight from the civilians here at home to tell them we know they are there, appreciate them, and are doing everything we can as civilians to support them. Who did this?  Support Our Troops® and an Eagles chapter in Florida teamed up to pull this off for the troops. Does your company have anything we could send to the troops? Would your chain store run one of our programs to collect goods for the troops and their families or help us raise money? Isn't it time to show them how much your company cares? Contact us!