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DEUCES WILD II: Droppin’ in on the Roosevelt!


Most of our video game filled supply drops go to units sitting somewhere in Afghanistan; some platoon of grunts staring at a black and white TV watching the Armed Forces Network re-runs of Seinfeld (okay, maybe I’m being a little dramatic, but…). However, every now and again, we get a ...

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DEUCES WILD V: “Red Warriors” Get a Little OSD Love in Afghanistan!


Another of Operation Supply Drop’s August drops, code named DEUCES WILD, has come up on the radar! Jerrold and his platoon of infantrymen are going outside the wire every single day dealing with insurgents and hostile forces, so we knew it was critical to make sure that we got them ...

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DEUCES WILD I: Supply Drop Arrives to Afghanistan!


The first of the six August supply drops to Afghanistan have arrived! Our first drop was to Stanley and his convoy security team sent us this request a few months back: We are from Fort Drum, NY. We just left here XXXXX, went home and are now back again doing ...

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PAX Prime 2014 Operation Supply Drop’s Thank You Deployment!

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Seattle’s Penny Arcade Expo (better known as PAX Prime 2014) is over, and another huge success for Operation Supply Drop! We sponsored another wounded veteran to have the time of his life at his first ever PAX, Army Specialist Derrick Ford. Having served in both Iraq and Afghanistan as an ...

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UNION JACK: Our First Supply Drop to Our British Allies!


FINALLY! After three years of operations here at Operation Supply Drop, we have finally secured our first allied supply drop! We have reached out multiple times and tried to get video games to our allies in various units stationed in Afghanistan, but for whatever reason, things would just fall through ...

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DRUMMERS DRUMMING Holiday Supply Drop Arrives to Sick Trooper!


One of our twelve holiday supply drops, code named DRUMMERS DRUMMING, has checked in from Victor from the Fort Eustis Wounded Transition Unit! We sent him a little something to brighten up his recovery and rehabilitation during the holiday. From Victor’s original request:  I was stricken with a severe form ...

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WHIRLING DERVISH Supply Drops Announced for February!


Operation Supply Drop has a pair of major announcements for this year, detailing major new initiatives for our charity to take us to a new level. So much so that basic day-to-day business such as getting supply drops out to the troops is getting tricky to balance between phone conferences ...

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GEESE LAYING: Greetings from GITMO! Our First Cuba Supply Drop!


Okay, these pictures are misleading! This is our GEESE LAYING supply drop from our TWELVE DAYS holiday care package extravaganza which went to Blake and his platoon of military police at the terrorist “extended vacation” hotspot, Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility (also known as GITMO). Apparently, it looks like Blake and ...

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The Harrowing Tale of Our First Pakistan Supply Drop, TARMAC DANCER!


When Brian reached out to us in the fall of 2013 asking for a supply drop, we had no idea the journey we would be embarking on. Brian is an F-16 Viper flight instructor working out of Pakistan and put in a request for a supply drop for his guys: ...

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CALLING BIRDS Supply Drop Arrives to K9 Mine Dog Crew in Afghanistan!

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Another of our TWELVE DAYS holiday supply drop push, code named CALLING BIRDS, has arrived to Afghanistan to Dustin and his platoon of mine-sweeping/IED sniffing dogs, and from what the pictures are showing, it’s a big hit! Dustin’s original request: We are the Explosive Dog teams that clear the way ...

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