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A thankful United States Soldier says, “I actually walked into our headquarters today after flying an 8-hour mission to 8 boxes waiting for me. What a surprise! Thank you America, for what you do
SOURCE: Valley Central News
They fight for our freedom. On a daily basis, the men and women of the armed forces are stationed in remote locations all around the world.One Rio Grande Valley organization works seven days a week to send them a little piece of home.If a picture can speak a thousand words, a photo of soldiers helping their “battle buddies” after a fiery enemy attack says it all.Sending love to a warzone, Ida Haag started shipping care packages to her son back in 1997 with the rest of his platoon taking notice.
|TF Leathal Warrior on the job in Afghanistan.
God Bless America and the Troop who protect her.
|Thanks for the continued support, A Co 1-23 IN, 3-2 SBCT, Afghanistan.|