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Wristbands help soldiers

Operation Homefront, in association with US Soldier.org, has started a campaign to provide “One Nation” wristbands to all members of the U.S. Senate. In a letter to the Senators, Nation One Group urged them to keep the soldiers and their remarkable sacrifices in mind and to wear the One Nation wristbands as a symbol of support of our troops and continual awareness of their hardships. One Nation wristbands are distributed by http://www.ussoldier.org on behalf of Operation Homefront, a nationwide charitable organization created to offer volunteer support to help military families while their loved ones are overseas. Many troops leave behind young families for whom the daily tasks of everyday life can become overwhelming hardships. Operation Homefront provides assistance with various emergency and day-to-day costs.Nation One Group has promised to raise more than $1 million to help the families left behind cope with everyday problems. The campaign has already netted tens of thousands of dollars since it started four months ago.The wristbands can be purchased at http://www.ussoldier.org and the Operation Homefront Web site, operationhomefront.net .

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