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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, April 12, 2021

Care packages are not kindling for burn pits | Military.com

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Operation Gratitude sends thousands of care packages from 20,000 deployed troops during the global pandemic. Kevin Schmiegel, Paul Cucinotta, and Danielle Tenconi shared their opinions about the importance of the act of giving in these uncertain times who beg to differ on the opinion expressed by Andrew James McCormick that care packages end up in burn pits. “They are powerful and tangible acts of gratitude that start conversations and lead to meaningful connections — those that build understanding, empathy, and, ultimately, bridges between those who serve and the citizens they protect. We welcome all Americans to join us.”

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