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Operation Comfort Warriors delivers gift cards, water bottles and baseball caps to patients at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
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The American Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors program collects donations, then purchases and delivers comfort items to warrior transition units or military hospitals.
Newly elected national commander, James Koutz, touts Operation Comfort Warriors as his project this year.
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Bank presents donation to Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors fund.
The Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors program provided gifts to patients at Roudebush VA Medical Center.
Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors program donates more than $15,000 to help wounded warriors and their loved ones enjoy a day at amusement park in Texas.
Hundreds of wounded warriors and their families will spend Aug. 11 at Six Flags Fiest, thanks to the Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors.
Operation Comfort Warriors benefits from recent American Legion Charities Golf Classic title sponsored by USAA.
Department of Washington Legionnaires, national staff distribute nearly $50,000 worth of donations through Operation Comfort Warriors.
Wounded warriors at Camp Pendleton receive DVDs, Blue Ray players among items distributed; Balboa Naval Hospital the next stop.
Legion program comes through for Red Cross request for clothing for recovering servicemembers at surrounding military hospitals.
50 iPods, 20 Nintendo Wii controllers handed out to Wounded Warrior Regiment.
Making good use of the winnings from the Pepsi Refresh Everything Contest, Legion representatives visited Fort Lewis in Washington state for an Operation Comfort Warriors distribution effort.
Legion makes Operation Comfort Warriors delivery to wounded warriors in Georgia. Pepsi grant bolsters fund.
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Injured Iraq veteran honored during NBA game in Indianapolis as representative of Operation Comfort Warriors.
Legion sends 800 pairs of wool socks to wounded servicemembers recovering in Afghanistan.
Operation Comfort Warriors garners most online votes to nab $250,000 grant.
The American Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors program – which provides comfort items to recovering troops – soars to the top of national “Good Ideas” grant competition.
The American Legion's Operation Comfort Warriors program is competing for a $250,000 grant to be awarded by Pepsi Cola, Inc. Grant recipients are determined by the number of votes received online.
The generosity of a Legionnaire allows Operation Comfort Warriors to reach its goal.
Items purchased through Operation Comfort Warriors provide much-needed comfort items for wounded servicemembers recovering in military hospitals and warrior transition units.
Through Operation Comfort Warriors, the Legion will donate 38 $100 gift cards to the men and women wounded during the shooting rampage at Fort Hood.
The American Legion family is renewing its Operation Comfort Warriors fundraising efforts during the holiday season to purchase comfort items for troops recovering in U.S. military hospitals and warrior transition units around the world.
Wounded warriors often need things that go beyond basic medical needs. The American Legion, through its Operation Comfort Warriors program, makes sure these comfort-based needs are filled.
Conventioneers who donate $10 or more while at Convention will receive a specially designed OCW pin.