From FOBN at Camp Taji Iraq we thank you for
your support. We are out of Fort Lewis WA.
My mother-in-law (Coral Bohl) asked OSOT to
adopt my unit a few months ago and you did.
My Soldiers and I thank you very much for
adopting us, and for all the letters and the
gifts that we received today. We appreciate
the support very much...... My guys
thank you all very much. We read all the
letters and than we taped them up on the
My Soldiers and I hope that every one at
OSOT has a Happy Independence Day!!!
OSOT's packages were waiting for Wes when he
returned to "work". I know it was not
your intention, but Wes didn't wait until
the 4th of July to share with his
"Brothers"! He is like that at
Christmas time too! (Just when I thought
that he was way too mature for his age, he
does something like this! lol.) He
asked me if I would write to you and Thank
you for the gifts. He said that he could not
believe how much candy and Kool-aid packets
that arrived. He said that his unit would be
on a sugar rush for quite a long while. But
the most impressive item was the body wraps!
No one in his unit had ever seen one, but
once they figured them out ... your OSOT
ears should have been ringing with all the
praise from Wes and his "Brothers". As Wes
put it in his own words ... "the wrap is
sweet!" Believe me, you scored some
big time points with Wes and his "Brothers".
And from the mother of one of the Soldiers
that you have touched ... Thank you
for taking care of my baby. (And in case Wes
ever learns that I called him a baby, I will
deny it to the end. While he was home on
R&R, I made the mistake of calling him a
kid, oh my ... did I ever catch it from him!
Wes and his unit are getting ready to move
to another FOB. He asked me to write and
Thank you, because they don't have many
opportunities to get on the Internet right
now. (And Heaven forbid, he would not even
think about picking up a pencil and hand
writing anything! I know this for a fact!)
And another reason that I personally am
grateful for doing this task for him, is
that because when he does get a chance to
get on the Internet or if we are really
lucky, the phone .... Wes gets in contact
with me! Yeah, call me selfish, I love every
chance I get to communicate with him!
Please let OSOT know how grateful Wes, his
"Brothers" and I are for their support. And
how much the Soldiers loved the body wraps!
And as usual, a big Thank you to you for
Thank you for helping to fill
4th of July
of your generous donations, hard work and
heartfelt efforts, over 2,000 brave
servicemen and women stationed in Iraq and
Afghanistan will receive packages for the
4th of July with goodies such as candy,
Kool-Aid, games, neck coolers, cards, and
much more. On June 3, your love for our
troops helped send a truck load of
A HUGE thank you for your
generous contributions and
assistance goes out to:
for supplying packing boxes and
tape -- pack out after pack out!
Chevrolet and 570 KVI for
conducting a donation drive and
always supporting our Troops!
their very generous donation and
for helping with postage!
being there after each pack out
to receive all of the boxes for
mailing to our Troops!
discounts on printing costs so
our Troops receive our message
of love and support with each
for discounts on the Kool-Aid
packets we sent!
Kitsap Cardiology and Staff
for their extremely generous
donations of cash and items to
send to our Troops!
We have so many,
many businesses, churches, schools, scout
troops, seamstresses and individuals to
thank all across our nation. It is because
of each and every one of you, OSOT has been
able to send love and appreciation to our
Troops. We canít thank OSOT volunteers
enough! You all are an important part
of OSOTís success, in letting our brave men
and women know just how much we appreciate
all they do for our FREEDOM!
Have A Great Independence Day!!
On behalf of all OSOT core
THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts!!!