Please take time to say thank you those currently serving in our armed forces and our veterans. Remember freedom is not free, so thank those that pay our bill. While we are home enjoying the blessings of freedom, we should do what we can to support the troops that preserve it.
Please note this site has not been updated since, well a long, long time.
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|Help our deployed troops||Help a Veteran||Help the dependents of those who gave all|
A Strategic way to Help our Troops
Major Eric I. Egland is the author of The Troops Need You, America: Six Ways to Help Them Win. The book is based on an essay he published in The Weekly Standard magazine. It shows average Americans how to help the troops win in Iraq. Visit his site, Troops Need You, and read about his 6 step idea.
|New resource: America Supports You has a wide variety of resources for active duty, deployed, veterans, families, and links to other support organizations of all sorts. It also has new stories of interest. It is a .mil site and worth the visit.||New: Vets for Freedom Get the real news from reporters actually in the field! Vets for Freedom is a nonpartisan organization established by combat veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Our mission is to educate the American public about the importance of achieving success in these conflicts by applying our first-hand knowledge to issues of American strategy and tactics in Iraq. We support policymakers from both sides of the aisle who have stood behind our great generation of American warriors on the battlefield, and who have put long-term national security before short-term partisan political gain.|
|Check this out! Forget CNN, NY Times and the rest of the censors of good news about our troops. Get the latest news on the success of our Iraq and Afghanistan operations from US Central Command. There's lots of good news out there, follow the link to find it!|
|Put a link to us on your site. Click here to get an image and html to do so.||Tell a friend. Click here to send them an email. (nope, we don't keep their email ids)||Hugs Project This is website address for Karen Stark's operation to send "Hugs" (temperature reducing necktie like things) to the troops. You can buy things like this, but even better, here are some simple directions as to how to make them for your own care packages. Here is a diagramed description for how to make "hugs" at home, with easy to acquire materials. Their Yahoo group site is Hugs Project|
|Items of interest|
|Veterans Day, comments from a mother||Resources for military families||Messages from the troops|
|Heart warming stories relating to the troops or their families||Two great sorces of information about happenings over in Iraq. The Command Post and the Belmont Club. Both are news blogs and seem to have fairly detailed info that you dont see on the nightly news.|
|Home of Heros, Web site for information about patriotism, the Medal of Honor and military history.||Web sites of individual units|
|United We Roll World Tour Internet radio supporting the organizations that support our troops and the troops themselves! Patriotic music and interviews.||Read a letter from a concerned vet about politics endangering our troops|
|A page, of political thoughts and funny stories||Links to military history pages||Enduring Heroes, a site with profiles of American Heros who have made the ultimate sacrifice.|
|Email forum at Yahoo for the StarSupportMilitaryGroup. You can follow this link to sign up.||Tributes to some of our fallen Heroes.|
|Lt. Col. West, Punished for protecting his troops|
Special alert!!! follow this link to hear about the disgusting activities of some callous and un-patriotic "Americans". They have been sending pictures of themselves with posters apologizing for our involvement in Iraq. Our troops deserve better than this. Whatever side you may be on politically, our troops over there are just doing their assigned job, in a rough place, they don't need this #&*@! Find out more.
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Clay T. Martin
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