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More Charitable Activity To Support Troops and Veterans

March, 2014: NROTC says goodbye and good luck to Bob Smith, a U.S. Army veteran who was homeless when he showed-up at our door. After a few months with us he was able to move in with his brother. Before he left we were able to sell him a donated 2001 Olds Delta88 for only $400.00 which was a great deal for exactly what we had in it for towing, tag and title transfer.

November 25, 2013: NROTC sends 400 “Thank You For Your Service” cards to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan

November 25, 2013: NROTC sends 400 “Thank You For Your Service” cards to FOB Fenty, Afghanistan

November 25, 2013: NROTC sends 400 “Thank You For Your Service” cards to Shindand Airfield, Afghanistan

November 25, 2013: NROTC sends 400 “Thank You For Your Service” cards to Camp Marmal, Afghanistan

November 25, 2013: NROTC sends 400 “Thank You For Your Service” cards to Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan

November 25, 2013: NROTC sends 400 “Thank You For Your Service” cards to Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan

September, 2013: NROTC says goodbye to David (Bubby) Randolph, a U.S. Navy veteran who was with us a little over three years. Bubby was referred to us by a local shelter who at the time were filled to capacity. It was January 2010 and he was living in a tent in the woods, in over a foot of snow with wet blankets. He has started a new job and is now renting a room from a friend of his in the neighborhood. We were proud to help and we wish him good luck as he moves on.

July, 2013: NROTC says goodbye to retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Mike Theriault, a West Point graduate with 23 years of service who was with us for over two years. Mike still suffers with PTSD, alcohol addiction and anger management. We wish him the very best of all possible outcomes into the future as he moves in with his girlfriend.

February, 2013: NROTC says goodbye to medically retired USMC Sergeant Eric Schlerf, who after being hit by an IED in Iraq and spending a year and a half at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, moved-in with us for about two years. Over a period of months initially, while working with local state child support services, due to the housing we were providing, he was able to gain full custody of his eight year old son from his estranged drug and alcohol addicted spouse. We were also able to accommodate his son and they stayed with us for about two years before moving on.

December 21, 2012: NROTC sends 400 “Happy Holidays From Home” greeting cards downrange to Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. Thanks to the USO, these cards are being distributed to soldiers, sailors, marines and airmen at Bagram Air Base as well as other operating bases throughout the war zone.

173 Cards were also sent to the 175th Wing, Maryland Air National Guard based locally to us in Middle River, Maryland. This A-10 (Warthog Tank Buster) unit has had many deployments since 9-11 with many airmen who have recently returned home and still others soon to return.

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September 26, 2012: NROTC sends 100 “Thank You For Your Service Cards” downrange to; 4th Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group, based at Fort Bragg, NC. In Honor & Remembrance of two of their own who were lost recently:

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Staff Sgt. Brandon R. Pepper
Age: 31 Hometown: York, Pennsylvania

Lost July 21st, 2012: during an enemy attack while he was on patrol in Ghazni province, Afghanistan.

Also lost to 4th Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group

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Master Sgt. Gregory R. Trent
Age: 38 Hometown: Norton, Massachusetts
Lost Aug 8th, 2012: in Bethesda, Md., from wounds suffered July 31 in Baktabad, Afghanistan, when enemy forces attacked his unit with small-arms fire.

September 26, 2012: NROTC sends 100 “Thank You For Your Service Cards” downrange to;
1st Combat Engineer Battalion, 1st Marines, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, CA
In Honor & Remembrance of one of their own who was lost recently:

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Lance Cpl. Alec R. Terwiske
Age: 21 Hometown: Dubois, Indiana
Lost Sept 3rd, 2012: while conducting combat operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan

September 26, 2012: NROTC sends 100 “Thank You For Your Service Cards” downrange to;
2nd Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA
In Honor & Remembrance of one of their own who was lost recently:

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Sgt. Louis R. Torres
Age: 23 Hometown: Oberlin, Ohio
Lost Aug 22nd, 2012: of wounds suffered from a makeshift bomb in Kandahar, Afghanistan

September 26, 2012: NROTC sends 100 “Thank You For Your Service Cards” downrange to;
3rd Battalion, 8th Marines, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, NC
In Honor & Remembrance of one of their own who was lost recently:

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Staff Sgt. Scott E. Dickinson
Age: 29 Hometown: San Diego, California
Lost while supporting combat operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan

September 26, 2012: NROTC sends 100 “Thank You For Your Service Cards” downrange to;
Headquarters Company, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, CO
In Honor & Remembrance of two of their own who were lost recently:

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Command Sgt. Maj. Kevin J. Griffin
Age: 45 Hometown: Laramie, Wyoming
Lost Aug 8th, 2012: in Kunar province, Afghanistan, when an insurgent detonated a suicide vest.

Also lost Aug 8th, 2012 by the same terrorist, to the same unit was:

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Maj. Thomas E. Kennedy
Age: 35 Hometown: West Point, New York

September 26, 2012: NROTC sends 100 “Thank You For Your Service Cards” downrange to;
1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 82nd Combat Brigade, 82nd Airborne, Fort Bragg, NC
In Honor & Remembrance of two of their own who were lost recently:

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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jose L. Montenegro Jr.
Age: 31 Hometown: Houston, Texas
Lost Sep 5th, 2012: in Logar Province, Afghanistan, of injuries suffered in a helicopter crash.

Also lost Sept 5th, 2012 in the same helicopter crash, to the same unit was:

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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Thalia S. Ramirez
Age: 28 Hometown: San Antonio, Texas

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August, 2012: NROTC announces the death of medically retired USMC Sergeant David Savage, who had been hit by an IED and belly-shot with an AK47 in Iraq and stayed with us at our shelter after his release from Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He suffered with severe pain and psych med problems. He appeared to us as making improvement, but unfortunately died from a unintentional self-inflicted drug overdose. We were very hurt by his death but did see to it that he received a proper burial with full USMC military services.


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