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Greetings to Soldiers

By Remy Benoit


You may send holiday greetings to:

A Recovering American Soldier c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center 6900 Georgia Avenue N.W. Washington, D.C. 20307-5001

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To all who guards the Gates of Freedom, May the Peace of Christ be with you. You and your families are in my prayers. "Serving America's Finest" Dan Paupp

Posted by: Dan Paupp, at 2007-12-11 13:47:47



Dear Soldier, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Thank you for serving our country and defending freedom for all. I hope you will be home soon with your family and friends. God bless you Yolanda

Posted by: Yolanda, at 2007-12-23 12:58:34



i am an american veteran with an honorable discharge from the united states army...i thought i would do something nice and attempt to send a xmas card to the 'recovering american soldier' address at WRAMC there in washington, dc...the card was sent the 20th of november and it has taken our lovely postal officials almost a month to declare it 'undeliverable' for god knows what reason...yes, the address is 100percent correct, including the 9 digit zip code...i am just wondering if, indeed it was refused by some overly officious postal worker who has a real issue with the u s military...ouch!!!

Posted by: janice weiss truitt, at 2007-12-14 22:46:50



Hello.... My name is Faith & I'm 14, God bless each & every soldier who has sacrificed for our homeland. I want to share my foundation with the readers of this page. In 2007 I founded "Bear Hugs To The Troops" my web-site is www.bearhugstothetroops.com. I have sent more then 8000 BEARS overseas to our Troops as a way of sending BEAR HUGS! If you know of a soldier where ever they may be send me contact information & I will be happy to get a bear out to them. God Bless Our Troops!

Posted by: Faith Killian-Fassnacht, at 2012-01-12 04:36:43



dear soldier, thanks for serving our country as long as you did. i wish there was peace in the world. well if you have children, then i think you go home to them this holiday season. i don't know what you celebrate but merry Christmas.hope you get home soon. love, hope sanders

Posted by: hope sanders, at 2010-12-11 12:56:59



Dear Soldier, I may not know you personally, but I know that you have made a difference. Your commitment to our country's integrity and freedom is so greatly appreciated. People like you make me proud to be an American. Know that what you do matters. You make our world a better place.

Posted by: Gae Thornton, at 2010-12-10 00:31:20



Dear Soldier, My best wishes for a joyful and peaceful holiday season for you and your family, and for a full recovery. Thank you so much for serving our country, please know that we all appreciate you very much.

Posted by: Bonnie Gretz, at 2010-12-10 18:17:35



dear soldier, thanks for serving our country as long as you did. i wish there was peace in the world. well if you have children, then i think you go home to them this holiday season. i don't know what you celebrate but merry Christmas.hope you get home soon. love, hope sanders

Posted by: hope sanders, at 2010-12-11 12:24:14


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