Operation Christmas Greetings

The National Patriot has a request. A special request.

While many of our best, the troops who have been stationed in places far away are coming home, we know all too well, many, many of those men and women who wear our uniform will not be home for Christmas.

We cannot tell them how much we appreciate what they do to protect our nation and our freedoms as well as the freedoms of others around the world.

There simply are no words adequate for that.

Here is our request.

If YOU know someone stationed far from home this Christmas, PLEASE forward the link to this article to them. We want to hear from THEM!!!

We want to know where THEY are…What THEY’RE doing and how THEY will celebrate Christmas.

We want those fine men and women to send THEIR greeting to whomever they wish via the comment box below this article!

Please, if YOU know someone, far from home this Christmas, send them this link.

For our uniformed BEST, if YOU have a photo you would like us to publish, PLEASE email it to ctmg1027@aol.com and put “Christmas” in the subject line. Be sure to identify who you are and who is in the photo.

The National Patriot will publish those photos ON CHRISTMAS DAY!!!

This is our first Christmas at The National Patriot and we would like to make this an annual tradition!

Remember, if you are stationed far from home this Christmas, email us a photo or a short video to ctmg1027@aol.com and The National Patriot will publish it on Christmas Day and please use the comment box below to add YOUR special Christmas message!!

Of course, there’s more…

If YOU, our great friends and readers, would like to send YOUR greetings to our troops, USE THE COMMENT BOX BELOW and let them know how much YOU appreciate THEM!!!

It matters NOT whether it is Christmas or Chanukah greetings what MATTERS is that the greetings are SHARED!!!

Thank You ALL and MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

6 thoughts on “Operation Christmas Greetings

  1. Send this to all Military websites as well, here on FB and twitter and to all military support sites…Merry Christmas Troops. Happy Hanukkah to those that celebrate the Jewish holiday.

  2. To all our troops overseas, thank you for all you do. Most of us back here can’t begin to appreciate what it’s like being sent to remote placesto fight the enemy; even more can’t appreciate how hard it is to be away from their families during the holidays (whether it be thanksgiving, Hanukkah, or Christmas).

    Merry Christmas to each and everyone of our troops…
    and Happy Hanukkah to our Jewish members…

  3. To all of our troops – please have a Merry Christmas !!! It is difficult to put into words how much we respect and pray for all of you. We are so grateful for you and all you do for our great country. Know that we all are wishing you well – not only at Christmas but always. We owe you so very very much. Your safety means the world to us. Please take care and God Bless !!!