Serving those who serve us!

"I was in Landstuhl for Xmas 2007 after having a back injury (non-battle) and I wanted to thank you for your generosity during the season. After surgery 3 weeks ago I finally got through all my paperwork today and saw the little sheet of paper I saved from one of your bags. The group you brought with you on Xmas day to drop off the gifts shows your and their commitments to our injured soldiers and I just wanted you to know your gestures meant alot to me and many other soldiers I spoke with." -CPT Matthew Hanson 193rd MP BLD SJA


On New Years Day 2007 we went to the local military installations here in Germany to hand out gift bags to injured and deployed Service Members. We had gone earlier and the Soldiers had fallen in love with Ceilidha, who called herself the ladybug princess. On New Years Day she wanted to go as a fairy and she danced and sang for the troops. As we were leaving she saw a Soldier who was going for a "walk" in his wheel chair. She asked him how he got hurt and he offered her a sucker. He turned around to head back to his room to get her one and she said she wanted to help, so she pushed him in his chair back down the hall, got the sucker and then pushed him back out of the ward he was in, down the hall and to the elevator.

There is nothing as heart warming as seeing a little Angel pushing a wounded soldier in a wheel chair. The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines loved when Ceilidha came to visit. This is why we have decided to continue Operation Angel in the spirit of Project Rudolph,and hand out "Guardian Angel Bags" to injured service members transitioning through Germany.

I am asking all who can to please write a Thank You letter to "Dear Service member" and please send them to me. We will hand them out weekly to the Service members at the hospital. Thousands pass through there each year with a turn around of only 2-3 days. Please help us continue to be angels to these service members.

We are also accepting monetary donations to help purchase items for the "Guardian Angel Bags" which accompany the letters.

You, your family, or your organization can help put together these bags so we can help cheer even more service members during this tough time in their lives.

Thank You,
Joe, Tawny and Ceilidha Campbell

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