Make it Easier for Soldiers in Harm’s Way to Receive Care Packages from Home

While our soldiers do not have to pay for the letters they send home, their families often spend hundreds of dollars to send care packages and letters to their loved ones serving overseas. Recently, the burden on families was increased as the United States
Postal Service has consolidated East and West coast shipping hubs and is now sending all packages through Chicago, Illinois. This change has led to dramatic price increases- some as high as 100%- that many military families simply cannot afford. To help reduce
this burden Iinvite you to become an original sponsor of the Supply Our Soldiers Act.
 

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Honor WWII’s Merrill’s Marauders by Cosponsoring H.R. 906

The 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), commonly known as “Merrill’s Marauders,” was a brave, all-volunteer unit that fought valiantly in the jungles of Burma during WWII and overcame great odds to successfully complete their mission. Please join us in
honoring these brave men by becoming a cosponsor of the ‘‘Merrill’s Marauders Congressional Gold Medal Act.’’

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Cosponsor H.R. 2350 The Ghost Army Congressional Gold Medal Act

During the Second World War, the United States Army operated two top-secret units that specialized in tactical deceptions. These units, known as the “Ghost Army,” were so imperative
to key Allied victories that afterward, a U.S. Army analysis found that “Rarely, if ever, has there been a group of such a few men which had so great an influence on the outcome of a major military campaign.”

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Honor WWII’s Merrill’s Marauders By Cosponsoring H.R. 906

The 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), commonly known as “Merrill’s Marauders,” was a brave, all-volunteer unit that fought valiantly in the jungles of Burma during WWII and overcame great odds to successfully complete their mission. Please join us in
honoring these brave men by becoming a cosponsor of the ‘‘Merrill’s Marauders Congressional Gold Medal Act.’’

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Make it Easier for Soldiers in Harm’s Way to Receive Care Packages from Home

While our soldiers do not have to pay for the letters they send home, their families often spend hundreds of dollars to send care packages and letters to their loved ones serving overseas. Recently, the burden on families was increased as the United States
Postal Service has consolidated East and West coast shipping hubs and is now sending all packages through Chicago, Illinois. This change has led to dramatic price increases- some as high as 100%- that many military families simply cannot afford. To help reduce
this burden Iinvite you to become an original sponsor of the Supply Our Soldiers Act.
 

Read More