Operation Support Our Troops - America
Letter of the Week:  October 22, 2012

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Our boxes do make a difference in the lives of those who receive them.


The impact of something as simple as a card or letter that says "THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE" can make their days brighter.   Receiving a box from someone they don't know (and probably will never meet) can change their mood for the deployment.

My name is SGT Jeremy.  I really appreciated all of the input put into these care packages.   It is nice to know that there are Americans who realize the sacrifices that we military members make.   I will surely enjoy all of those items.   Please share my gratitude to everyone who has participated with your organization.  I cannot disclose the approximate date of my return, but I will say late spring or early summer.

Thank you!

This letter was written on September 16th and Jeremy was killed in action on October 1st. 

My name is SFC Dorian from 316th ESC, Coraopolis PA. I would like to say thank you to all the members of the team that put my care package together. I received my package a few days ago and that made my day.


But, especially to the following people: Edgar Zarateo and Catherine from Wheaton Illinois that wrote me a letter and also to the Minister Cleris and Susan Cooper for their postcards.


Please keep providing this kind of support to our troops, it helps us a lot specially to increase the morale. A lot of time we do not have family members that can send us a package. But with this program we feel like all the sacrifice that we do, we do it with the purpose to make America a better place for all of us. But also we feel that there is always somebody that is thinking about us. Thank you and God bless everyone.