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Join us in Christmas wishes for the men and women of the 101st Airborne Division

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What's the idea?

At present, the men and women of the 101st Airborne Division have another Rendez Vous With Destiny in Afghanistan. Operation Enduring Freedom is in full swing. Our eagles will be in harm's way while we are preparing for the holiday season: with gifts, a tree, family, charming lights, warmth in the home and the cold outside.

Here's an opportunity to give support and warmth to our Screaming Eagles:

By donating the symbolic amount of 101 euro, you can join us in warming the eagle's heart. Through the funds acquired, we are able to have a Christmas card printed as seen above. Your name as sponsor will be printed on the inside of the card, as seen below.
1st Brigade Combat Team has pledged to have the card delivered to the soldiers in Afghanistan.

But there's more!

All proceeds after costs will go to the wounded warriors and their families in Walter Reed hospital in Virginia, USA.

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By donating, a name of your choice will be printed in the card. Your name, the name of a loved one, the name of a website, or the name of your group, association or organisation.

Space is obviously limited. And it's first come, first serve.

Once an eagle, always an eagle...show them you care...then and now!

Our EAGLES are doing the job they do best. WE can support them in their job, by showing them we think of them, we support them, and we wish them ALL THE BEST...

ALL THE WAY!

HOW?

Joining is easy, using your credit card through PayPal.

Or, in The Netherlands, through our bank account ING number 910.28.38
Or, in Europe using IBAN: NL89INGB009102838 and BIC: INGNL2A

Clearly state "XMAS" and which name you want printed on the card.

On receipt of payment, your name of choice will appear on the card pictured on the left after your payment has been processed.

This initiative and its design are copyright of the Dutch Screaming Eagles of WWII Foundation. Using the design without permission will automatically lead to legal action.
The Screaming Eagles of WWII Foundation takes full responsibility for the proper use of funds.
Design by Leoni Wenstedt: depicting a resting Screaming Eagle, supported by the eagle in all of us.

Photographs by
Tom
Timmermans
www.battledetective.com
and
Wilbert van der Leeuw

 

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