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    EVERY DAY IS MEMORIAL DAY: Ways to honor and donate requested goods to our troops. See request list – requests as small as hard candy.

    “Thank you again so much for the “We Care” package. It definitely uplifted our
    spirits and reminded me of home. I do not know how my brother was able to get
    a hold of ya’ll, possibly on Facebook, but thank you for everything that you
    do! Cheers! – excerpt from full letter below
    “A pack of crackers or an extra toothbrush may not seem like much back home, but a Christmas stocking to some of our younger troops absolutely meant the world. You are the reminder of the compassion, charity and generosity that makes our country great and worth fighting for. – Joseph  Alpha Battery, 4-3 Air Defense Artillery Battalion

    WE SUPPORT THEM WHILE THEY PROTECT US

    For The Troops is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to providing members of the American military with “We Care” packages containing basic necessities, goodies, games and—most of all—a show of support.

    Soldiers don’t expect much, but the box you sent nearly brought me to tears. It is evident how much you all really care about us.
    Lt Anthony Black Hawk Troop 1-7 Cavalry

    For The Troops received a wonderful Thank you from AT3 (AW) Kenny.

    To Paula Cornell & Volunteers at For The Troops:

    I would like to thank you and your very generous volunteers for one of the
    best care packages received! My work-center onboard the USS Harry S. Truman
    were very grateful and surprised at the effort put into the goodies. We work
    in AIMD, division IM3 onboard the ship where we work as intermediate level
    maintenance technicians.
    As it stands… our Carrier Air Wing SEVEN have expended over 1 million pounds
    of ordnance in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. I also see that your
    group is located in Simi Valley, CA! My group of sailors that have embarked
    aboard the USS Harry S. Truman are originally based out of Point Mugu, CA,
    which is about 40-45 minutes away!
    Thank you again so much for the “We Care” package. It definitely uplifted our
    spirits and reminded me of home. I do not know how my brother was able to get
    a hold of ya’ll, possibly on Facebook, but thank you for everything that you
    do! Cheers!
    Very Respectfully,
    AT3 (AW) Kenny
    AIMD/IM-3/Shop 5
    DTPL/ERT/ESD PO
    Fleet Readiness Center Southwest Detachment Point Mugu
    Embarked aboard USS Harry S. Truman CVN-75

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