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Dr. Scholl’s $1 to the Troops Displays Hit Walmart Stores across America!

Walmart Campaign Product Display EndcapLightBayer U.S. is donating $1 to SupportOurTroops.Org for each pair of Dr. Scholl’s insoles/inserts sold in Walmart stores nationwide in July, with a goal of $3 million for active-duty military and their families this year.

Please help their effort by:

  1. Buying a pair of insoles/inserts at Walmart, and/or
  2. Sharing this article with other groups/pages, and
  3. Posting a big thank you! to Bayer and Dr. Scholl’s on their Facebook page

for their patriotism in supporting America’s troops:
https://www.facebook.com/DrScholls  

Supporting your feet will support America’s troops in July -- all thanks to Bayer U.S.!
The funds raised will support operations and programs helping Support Our Troops® keep soldiers connected to their family, home and country by satellite from remote desert and island locations, move cargo containers downrange to sustain soldier morale and mission effectiveness, provide food assistance to overseas military children and spouses, and provide stability and continuity for overseas military youth.

For more information visit, www.supportourtroops.org/ds2018.

All together now!®

Dr. Scholl’s Steps Up To Raise $3 Million For Support Our Troops®

Bayer HealthCare to donate $1 for every pair of its Dr. Scholl's insoles sold in Walmart stores to SupportOurTroops.org

TAMPA, Fla. — Throughout July, Americans can show their patriotism in every Walmart store with a purchase of Dr. Scholl’s insoles. For every pair of Dr. Scholl’s insoles of $10 or more sold in Walmart stores during the month of July, Bayer HealthCare will donate $1 to Support Our Troops, Inc., a nationwide 501(c)(3) organization that meets the critical needs of America’s deployed troops worldwide.

“Widespread civilian support is critical to mission success and the morale and well-being of America’s troops and their families,” said Martin C. Boire, President of Support Our Troops. “On their behalf I want to thank Dr. Scholl’s for stepping up with a great way for Americans to show their support and deliver tangible support to their soldiers.”

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Meet Your Military: Marine Saves Scuba Diver in Okinawa

Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Scott Michael Dahn and Ching-Yi Sze pose for a photo in Okinawa, Japan, May 24, 2018. Dahn rescued Ching-Yi while she was scuba diving at Okinawa’s Maeda Point, May 20, 2018. Photo by Cpl. Andrew NeumannMarine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Scott Michael Dahn and Ching-Yi Sze pose for a photo in Okinawa, Japan, May 24, 2018. Dahn rescued Ching-Yi while she was scuba diving at Okinawa’s Maeda Point, May 20, 2018. Photo by Cpl. Andrew Neumann

OKINAWA, Japan -- By Cpl. Andrew Neumann
An expert Marine Corps diver came to the rescue of a Hong Kong woman who was scuba diving on her honeymoon here, May 20. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Scott Dahn was practicing rescue diving at Maeda Point when he saw the woman, Ching-Yi Sze, start to panic.

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For Memorial Day 2018

Floyd D. Cheatham, Jr., from Deland, Florida, killed in action January 13, 1945 in the Battle of the BulgeFloyd D. Cheatham, Jr., from Deland, Florida, killed in action January 13, 1945 in the Battle of the BulgeIt is the American Soldier,
not the preacher,
who has given us freedom of religion.

It is the American Soldier,
not the reporter,
who has given us freedom of the press.

It is the American Soldier,
not the poet or professor,
who has given us freedom of speech.

It is the American Soldier,
not the campus organizer,
who has given us freedom to assemble.

It is the American Soldier,
not the lawyer,
who has given us the right to a fair trial.

It is the American Soldier,
not the politician,
Who has given us the right to vote.

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Meet Your Military: Airman Draws Inspiration From Vietnam Veteran

Air Force Tech. Sgt. Michael Thompson, an electronic systems mechanic serving with the West Virginia Air National Guard’s 167th Airlift Wing poses for a photo in Martinsburg, W.Va., May 3, 2018. A Vietnam veteran helped Thompson’s family and inspired him to join the military. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Emily Beightol-DeyerleAir Force Tech. Sgt. Michael Thompson, an electronic systems mechanic serving with the West Virginia Air National Guard’s 167th Airlift Wing poses for a photo in Martinsburg, W.Va., May 3, 2018. A Vietnam veteran helped Thompson’s family and inspired him to join the military.
Photo by Senior Master Sgt. Emily Beightol-Deyerle

MARTINSBURG, W. Va -- By Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Emily Beightol-Deyerle

Forty-three years ago, as the North Vietnamese Army and the Viet Cong took over the South Vietnam capital city of Saigon, thousands of refugees fled their home country and the communist government.

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