Operation Support Our Troops - America 

Letter of the Week:  March 26, 2012


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Most of you understand the flow of donations to our troops, but the pictures below illustrate that flow.
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Caribou Coffee locations in Schaumburg and Libertyville deliver the coffee to City Limits Harley
OSOT America member Bill Elliot delivers it to the G&P warehouse


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And finally it arrives at FOB Salerno in Afghanistan


Task Force Spartan at FOB Salerno would like to thank everyone who made this donation of coffee possible.   Troops drink a lot of coffee on a daily basis, it's great to have a good quality cup in hand!  A special thanks to Operation Support Our Troops America for always showing the military men and women how much they are appreciated. 


MAJ Jeremy

Thank you very much for all the great things sent in the package.  It is all very appreciated.  It is incredible all the support from back home, and all the nice things people do.   I was blown away with how much time, money and thought was put into this care package.  Everything in it was enjoyed by either myself or other Marines in my platoon.  Once again, thank you for all the support.



Often the letters we receive to include in our packages really touch and inspire us.   Here's one such letter that we'd like to share with you.

Dear Service Personnel,

My name is Cooper.  I am a 6th grader at Hubble Middle School in Warrenville, IL.   I live in Wheaton with a brother (15) and  Mom and Dad.   I love to play sports, and when I grow up, I want to be a sports reporter.  I also love to go to school, hang out with friends, and watch TV.

But, as big of a fan as I am of sports, there is nothing else that I am a bigger fan of, than the United States Military.   I want to thank you for all of your service, blood, sweat, and tears for your hard work to protect our country.  My grandpa fought in the Korean War, and whenever I see him, I see a hero.  I hope you feel heroic whenever you fight, and feel heroic all the time.