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Posted by on Aug 7, 2013 in Hero Blog, Hero Photos, Note from Afghanistan, Note from Airman | 4 comments

Owe me a card

Hello and thank you for the cards you sent to Capt B. We are both in the maintenance group here and I have just loved sharing your cards with our airmen. They know when I visit their shop or on the flight line that they “owe me a card”. That means I’m not leaving until they write a message home in one of your incredible cards. We have over 650 ladies and gentlemen in the group and we use your cards quickly!

I grew up in Kent, WA and seeing your organization is in Federal Way put a huge smile on my face.

Thank you for continuing this special effort.

Capt M.Q.

Make today your best one yet!

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4 Comments

  1. that is so cool! You use them we’ll keep making them. Blessings to you and your company. Thank you for all you do.

  2. Love to hear how important the cards can be to our soldiers out there. Inspires me to keep going.

  3. This certainly inspired me…wanting to create something cheerful and happy for them to write in and send home. Whoop, whoop!!!

  4. Dear Captain M.Q., Yesterday a friend who is a part the “Operation Write Home” shared your email with me. What a wonderful surprise it was for my husband and I to see you standing in front of our son Bradley’s sign and know that you are there at the camp named after him in Afghanistan! We miss him so very much! I am also so happy that you can benefit from the wonderful ministry these people do for our military! Please let everyone over there serving that we thank you all and are behind you 100% in all you do! My son Brad was always very proud of serving with his brothers and sisters in the Air Force, and his Dad and I are forever touched that you choose to remember him in such an awesome way! Our fallen Heroes will never be forgotten as long as there are women and men that continue support their memory. May God bless you all! Paula, Brad’s mom

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