It’s email and letters like these that remind us how important it is that we continue to do what we do to support and thank deployed service members: Operation Gratitude: My name is SPC R.S. from Boston Massachusetts. I received one of your … Continue reading →
The rebel war in Libya did more to liberate people from Gaddafi’s regime- it also allowed for some women to not only help their rebel fighters but also to hold positions of authority. It was an opportunity that certainly was not available to them before the war. The question remains is if they’ll be able to maintain the roles after the dust settles in the new regime.-NS
The deployed troops who receive our Operation Gratitude care packages love the candy we send, and we love helping to keep a sweet tooth satisfied! This year, along with the candy we ship, we also want to send items to keep our … Continue reading →
From groceries to gifts, shopping is something we all do! Every now and then, we want to remind those of you who already support the troops and our patriotic cause that many of your purchases can benefit Operation Gratitude! Here … Continue reading →
Operation Gratitude’s Holiday Drive and the 2011 Fall/Winter Scarf Project will soon be up and running full speed ahead starting mid-September. We look forward to receiving lovingly handmade items of warmth to send to our troops, and it is our goal to … Continue reading →
The following is a Team LIVESTRONG story from Civilian Military Combine participant Michael R Rodriguez. There are many events you can take part in with Team LIVESTRONG. Go to our website to learn more about the run, walk, ride and tri events.
In March of this year, we posted here about a young man, USMC Sergeant Jake Chadwick. As you’ll recall, Jake needs a kidney transplant as both of his are inexplicably failing. From all of the coverage provided by KNBC in Los Angeles, KNSD … Continue reading →