The Power of INTRADIEM

The power of Intradiem… INTRADIEM is a world-class company leader in call center technology. They also have strong employee support for deployed troops, demonstrated by their incredible participation at the employee event to support I honor your service to America 501(c)(3). Thank you Employees Intradiem employees donated funds for shipping care packages and provided an…

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Making Cards for Troops

God is good! Soldiers have been sending thank you notes on anything they can find. I have wanted to provide some lovely cards for them to send messages home to friends and relatives. So we started making cards for our troops.  However, our Secretary Laurie Simms found an organization named Making Cards For Troops!  I…

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Dr. Kings’ death in 1968

Dr. Kings’ death in 1968 Everyone remembers what they were doing when some catastrophic event took place. I was in Basic training at Fort Bragg, the home of the 82nd Airborne Division. Back in those days, fake news came in the form of rumors. The military has a way of mixing folks that back in…

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Thank you Irene Ha!

Let’s talk about Irene Ha. Another volunteer blessing in 2020. Irene is a Sophomore in high school, very knowledgeable, and willing to spend her spare time, when not studying to Perform social media tasks for IHONORUSA.com. It is an honor to have young people interested in a cause that benefits others serving in the United…

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Thank you Noel

IHONORUSA, continuing the story of how items get in the care packages and who provides the blessings. Noel Johnson has been making braided prayer bracelets for the I Honor Your Service To America’s gift boxes for the past four years. Noel also enjoys making other jewelry, drawing, word search puzzles, karaoke, and listening to music. Unable…

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Never Forget! Especially at Christmas Time.

Never forget! Ricky Bowen Jr and Matthew J. Sandri Served together. Ricky was paying tribute to a battle buddy recently at Arlington Cemetary. Army Spc. Matthew J. Sandri Died March 20, 2004, Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom 24, of Shamokin, Pa.; assigned to the 82nd Forward Support Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division, based at Fort Bragg,…

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Buffalo Soldiers

Buffalo soldiers were African American soldiers who mainly served on the Western frontier following the American Civil War. In 1866, six all-black cavalry and infantry regiments were created after Congress passed the Army Organization Act. Their main tasks were to help control the Native Americans of the Plains, capture cattle rustlers and thieves and protect…

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A Mexican American Hero Story

VETERAN: ‘We Were there.’ World War II for a Garden Grove man meant fighting from foxholes and seeing men die. Jess Saenz is already looking forward to the Colonia Indpendencia reunion. He’ll get to see the friends he grew up within the 1930s and ’40s in the small but historic Mexican American community. The event…

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Quilts of Valor Foundation 

They held a ceremony at St Lawrence Catholic Church today, and I was invited to be one of the veterans to receive a quit, to my surprise. Dear friends and supporters of IHONORUSA.com invited me to attend. Cathie, her husband Craig and granddaughter Charlee, planned this month in advance. They just told me to hold…

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Honoring Business Support for Troops – Dude Wipes

People have asked what all goes into the care packages. So, we would like you to know some of the businesses that support our heroes overseas. Dude Wipes On Shark Tank Having seen Dude Wipes On Shark Tank, I was telling my wife “I wonder if Dude Wipes would donate some wipes for our Combat…

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