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Letters to our soldiers.

To SGT Timothy:

I just wanted to let you know how very proud I am to be your sister. The courage you have displayed through these trying times has shown me how very special you are. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers, and you will be home soon. Until then, keep your head up.

Lots of Love, Theresa

To the Soldiers of 1st AD:

Keep up the good work! Old Ironsides is the best!

Austin

Minnesota

To All Our Soldiers:

I send prayers to you and your families, to bring you safety, strength and courage. God bless you all, and thank you for all you're doing.

Janette

Illinois

To Our Soldiers:

Our 600-plus members and their families thank you for your service on behalf of our country. We support you, we are proud of you, and we pray for your success in your mission and for your safe return to us.

Sanford, N.C.,

Elks Lodge #1679

To All Our Heroes:

My wife and I were at the Atlanta airport, and we had the pleasure of meeting many of the finest Soldiers of the U.S. Army.

We talked with many that day and we wanted to take the time to show support to these fine people protecting the rest of us. We made a few friends that day and will keep in touch with them.

May God bless all of our troops protecting our freedom. We need more people connecting with our serviceman and women overseas.

God Speed.

John & Michelle

Philadelphia

You Are Heroes:

My husband and I have taught our two children that a hero is not a sports star or movie star, but an everyday person who does something extraordinary without being asked--and that is what each of you are doing.

I am the daughter of a retired Navy veteran, so I know how hard it is for your families and friends, but I also know that they love and admire you for all you are doing for them and your country!

Patricia

Connecticut

To All My Friends:

I'm currently home on emergency leave but I'm due back in Iraq soon. I just want to say we are truly loved back here. I pray for you all, and I'll be back in the fight soon--so you keep your heads down for me.

SGT Bullock

Chicago

To SGT Wheeler:

Keep your chin high, heart light, smile bright, eyes open and your prayers continuous. You will be home safe and sound soon. You're always in my thoughts and forever in my prayers.

Kelle-Irene

Tacoma

To Our Soldiers:

Thank you for what you are doing. I pray for each and every one of you each day. I know you will come home soon, and safe. I wish you all the best of luck; keep your heads up; you are doing a wonderful job!

Kristen

Indiana

To All the Troops:

You're doing a great job. Keep it up, because you're my heroes. I just wish I were there with you in life but can only be there in my heart.

A Retired Soldier

Illinois

To All Our Military_ Heroes:

I just wanted to say thanks to all who serve our country. Welcome home to those who have returned, and God speed to those who are still deployed.

A Former

11th ACR Soldier

To the New Generation:

To all of you serving your country, I honor every one of you and thank you for keeping this country safe.

I'm a vet. There are no words that can express the feelings I have for you young people out there. God be with you all.

A Vet

California

To Our Service Members:

Thank you seems such a small word to say for all that you do to protect us. Without your commitment and loyalty to the USA, we wouldn't have the freedom that we value today. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Katt

Florida
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Date:May 1, 2005
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