In the coming days, thousands of service members will be returning home from war. For the ninth day of USO Wishbook why not Welcome Home a Hero! Our troops’ long flights home are grueling and the anticipation of being back can be . For $25 you’ll be helping the USO decorate and celebrate our troops as they return home with welcome banners and streamers – making sure they know as soon as they step off the plane how much their service means to us.
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