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Freedom Is Never Free…

May 31, 2021

Congratulation’s and ‘Thank You” Contra Costa Door Company!

May 17, 2021

Yellow Ribbon America and Our Nations Heroes Foundation would like to Congratulate and Thank the Contra Costa Door Company and the wonderful Brooks family in winning the Silent Auction for the Inaugural “Our Nations Heroes Captain America Shield” by America’s Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients, U.S. Army Special Forces Soldiers from the 1st, 5th, 7th, 19th Groups, U.S. Marine Corp Raiders and many more of Our Nations Bravest of the Brave and Best! Your gracious support of $2500.00 will help support the 2021 Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families Christmas Drive and Unit Military Family Day Events!

And “Thank you” to MAJ Ashley, Company Commander, SFC Atkinson, Company Operations Sergeant and the wonderful Soldiers of C CO, 1st BN, 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne) CA ARNG for your great hospitality and for your help filling the remaining spaces on the 2021 Inaugural “Our Nations Heroes Captain America Shield”. And being the first to sign the 2022 Our Nations Heroes Captain America Shield. You truly are America’s “Best of the Best”. And what a honor to meet and have fun with “MOAB” the very lovable C Company Boxer mascot! Our time with you uplifted our spirits once again. May God’s good blessings and protection be with you and your families as you continue to deploy around the World on behalf of America. We will be here again to support you and your amazing families. Godspeed!

ABOUT CONTRA COSTA DOOR, INC. “For more than Six Decades, our team at Contra Costa Door has provided and installed garage doors and openers to a growing number of satisfied customers. Our knowledgeable employees and superior products set us apart from our competitors. You can rest assured that we take the time to understand your specific criteria to offer a solution that fits your needs and your budget.” www.contracostadoor.com

“Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families”, Military Family Day Events, Deployment & Welcome Home Event Support Efforts are Community Outreach Projects of Our Nation’s Heroes Foundation and proudly supported by the Yellow Ribbon America News, Campaign & The Store for America’s Military members and their families. Our Nation’s Heroes Foundation is a California public benefit nonprofit corporation, with tax-exempt status under Sections 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, EIN: 46-4762128.

🎄This Christmas Let’s Unite! And Support All 6 Branches of America’s Military And Their Families!🎅🎄

November 29, 2020

Uniting and Coming Together for Christmas! Former Chairman of the California Democratic Party Art Torres and Former Chairman of the California Republican Party Duf Sundheim at the California State Capital in Sacramento, California. Recreating the heartfelt moment of Reconciling Rivals “Macy’s and Gimbel’s”as seen in the 1947 Christmas Movie classic “Miracle on 34th Street”. To help kick-off the Annual “Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families” Christmas Drive!

Hello America! This 2020 Christmas we need your help and support of “Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families” which helps and supports all 6 Branches of our U.S. Military and their Families. Due to COVID-19 “Coronavirus” we have lost 95% of our 2020 Community Outreach Events that have been cancelled. Not being able to do our normal community sales events hurts us tremendously. We Need Your Support!

North Pole South / Newport Beach, CA: December 9, 2019. Last year from the City of Newport Beach, CA we had such caring and generous response from it’s local community. Santa’s Elves with “Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families” was doing weekly Monday pick up’s of Toy’s and gift’s from the City of Newport Beach Firefighters and the City of Newport Beach’s several drop-off locations to help Support Local Orange County and Southern California Military Unit’s and their families for Christmas!

Through “Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families” they helped to support many Military Unit Christmas Parties with their families which helped pay for their food and beverage costs for their Unit Christmas Parties, Toys, Gift Cards for the Mothers with Children under 3yrs of age and Teenagers over 13. Your Community, City, Business, Church, Group or as an Individual can help support local Military Unit’s and their families come together and make up lost time apart this Christmas.

You too can be ones of Santa’s Christmas Elves and Report for Duty for America’s 1# Christmas Drive “Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families”! Help bring Local Community Based support for America’s Best and their Families this 2020 Christmas Season!

Contact Santa’s Elves at www.YellowRibbonAmerica.org to learn how YOU can Help Support Your Local Military Units and their families this Christmas!

Have A Very Merry Christmas!

“Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families” is a community outreach project of Our Nation’s Heroes Foundation and proudly supported by the Yellow Ribbon America News & Campaign for America’s Military members and their families. Our Nation’s Heroes Foundation is a California public benefit nonprofit corporation, with tax-exempt status under Sections 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, EIN: 46-4762128.

A Classic Yellow Ribbon America PSA!

May 25, 2020

COVID-19 Update For 2020 Community Event Tour Schedule For Mobile Gift Shop :

May 14, 2020

Due to COVID-19 “Coronavirus” we are saddened to report that many of our 2020 Community Events for our Mobile Gift Shop have been cancelled. And because of this we will not be able to see many of our amazing supporters, customers, who have become good friends and family in person for a while.

Not being able to do our normal community sales events Financially hurts us tremendously…

But you can still Donate to our Annual Christmas Drive on the 🎄2020 *DONATE* to Operation Christmas For Our Troops & Their Families Page🎄 in the Menu!

As we all are dealing with the Coronavirus related issues we can still rely on God’s great help to get us through this. We can use this experience to enjoy more time with our families and loved ones playing board games, baking, eating together, doing more outdoor adventures such as bike rides, hikes, walks, parks, beach trips. And we can all can become more grateful, healthier and better than ever.

We will keep you posted on future events and our New EBay Store that is in the works. As we regroup with our new 2020 Battle-Plan please keep us in your Prayers.

Remember, Keep Calm “Pray” And Carry On America!

With your much needed heartfelt support we will continue our United Mission in Supporting Our Nations Military Unit’s and their families “To Help Keep America’s Freedom Alive…” Copyright © 2020 Yellow Ribbon America All Rights Reserved.

Today is the National Day of Prayer. We Are Praying For America…†🇺🇸

May 7, 2020

 

United States Military Doing A Great Job Helping Across America! †🇺🇸

April 29, 2020

YELLOW RIBBON AMERICA NEWS DESK:

America’s Fort Hood Soldiers Certify COVID-19 Response Teams!🇺🇸

April 14, 2020

YELLOW RIBBON AMERICA NEWS DESK:

America’s Soldiers are used to functioning as small teams, so the role of a squad leader is integral to a unit’s success. In the fight against COVID-19, small-team leaders are finding themselves faced with a new mission. The U.S. Soldiers of 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team ”Greywolf,” 1st Cavalry Division, at Fort Hood, Texas, have been building and certifying teams responsible for reacting to a positive test for COVID-19 among their ranks. Members of the ”transportation” and ”clean” teams for C Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment recently conducted a battle drill to certify their teams.

”We need to certify our young leaders on their responsibilities,” said Army Capt. Sean Leary, commander of C Company. ”We have assigned responsibility for Team Transport and Team Clean, and this is our opportunity to certify those young leaders and their ability to accomplish their task.”

The effort comprises four teams:

  • Team Trace is made up leaders within the company and battalion, and is responsible for tracing the movements of the infected soldier to identify where hot-spot cleaning needs to occur and soldiers and civilians may need to be tested due to contact with that area or particular soldier.
  • Team Transport is responsible for transporting a positive-test soldier to the isolation barracks if the soldier is in another location, such as a barracks room or at the hospital.
  • Team Clean is responsible for cleaning every identified hot zone where the infected Soldier had been.
  • Team Comply ensures not only that the teams are certified and conducting their tasks to standard, but also ensures that the unit is practicing proper preventive measures to protect the force. The certification begins with the unit being notified that a soldier at the hospital has tested positive for COVID-19 and needs to be transported to the isolation barracks. The transportation team receives a briefing from the operations sergeant major, who also inspects the team to make sure they are in the proper protective gear, which includes outer garments such as wet-weather gear, gloves, eye protection and a mask.

The transportation team travels to the hospital and, through mobile communications, instructs the soldier to load into the back of the Humvee, being sure to avoid contact with the team. During this time, the unit is lining up a room for the soldier at the isolation barracks and takes the infected soldier there.Meanwhile, Team Trace begins to identify everywhere the soldier has recently been, cleaning hot spots, if necessary. In this scenario, Team Clean cleans the infected soldier’s barracks room. Kiracofe said the standard is a minimum contact time of 10 minutes of the proper cleaning solution applied to all areas, including those small enough that a child could fit a pinky finger.

”The purpose of this certification and making sure they get it right is to protect our soldiers and protect the force and ensuring they can then become trainers themselves and train other NCOs of soldiers who join the team,” Leary said. ”We never know who will be impacted.”

Each company in the battalion has two transportation teams with two soldiers per team and two clean teams with 10 soldiers on each team. Once certified, they are then able to train additional soldiers so that teams can switch out personnel as necessary.(Army Capt. Scott Kuhn is assigned to the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division.)

”My job’s important, because I don’t want to get another soldier infected, just as I wouldn’t want one of my loved ones to get infected,” said Army Sgt. Heidi Kiracofe, a squad leader with C Company and team leader for Team Clean. ”If we do our job right the first time, the risk to our formation is lower. Ultimately, whether I know someone or not, we all wear the same uniform, and protecting my brothers and sisters from this enemy is important.”

The certification begins with the unit being notified that a soldier at the hospital has tested positive for COVID-19 and needs to be transported to the isolation barracks. The transportation team receives a briefing from the operations sergeant major, who also inspects the team to make sure they are in the proper protective gear, which includes outer garments such as wet-weather gear, gloves, eye protection and a mask.

The transportation team travels to the hospital and, through mobile communications, instructs the soldier to load into the back of the Humvee, being sure to avoid contact with the team. During this time, the unit is lining up a room for the soldier at the isolation barracks and takes the infected soldier there.

Meanwhile, Team Trace begins to identify everywhere the soldier has recently been, cleaning hot spots, if necessary. In this scenario, Team Clean cleans the infected soldier’s barracks room. Kiracofe said the standard is a minimum contact time of 10 minutes of the proper cleaning solution applied to all areas, including those small enough that a child could fit a pinky finger.

”The purpose of this certification and making sure they get it right is to protect our soldiers and protect the force and ensuring they can then become trainers themselves and train other NCOs of soldiers who join the team,” Leary said. ”We never know who will be impacted.”

Each company in the battalion has two transportation teams with two soldiers per team and two clean teams with 10 soldiers on each team. Once certified, they are then able to train additional soldiers so that teams can switch out personnel as necessary.

(U.S. Army Capt. Scott Kuhn is assigned to the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division.)

On This Holy Week Of Easter We Pray For America & The World.†

April 9, 2020

And In God America Will Put Our Trust.†🇺🇸

April 3, 2020