The cards and letters are put through a double mixing process by Friends of Our Troops. From the photo you can see why overly-large pieces of mail (anything larger than 8 1/2 x 5 1/2) cannot be mixed in our regular process and must be handled separately.

--Staff photo

Those Special Education students stand in front of a world map on which locations from which they received respnses have been marked with maptacks. Photocopies of some of their responses have been posted around the map.

--PTA photo supplied by one of our members

The Chaplain distributes cards and letters to a group of soldiers.

--U.S. Army photo

A group of Special Education students who wrote letters, which were sent in a package to the Mail for Our Military program of Friends of Our Troops.

--PTA photo supplied by one of our members.

This was one outgoing load taken to the post office on a Monday after the elves worked all weekend preparing packages. As you can see, this is an old photo taken before the advent of standard-size Priority Flat-Rate Boxes. (Yes, this campaign is that old. It has now passed the 50th anniversary of the founding of Vietnam Mail Call in 1965.)

--Staff photo

A hospitalized soldier reads a card.

--U.S. Army photo

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