OFF TOPIC Mail to the Troops

Mike Steindel (
Mon, 5 Apr 1999 03:44:30 -0700 (PDT)

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I realize that many of us do not agree with our current foriegn policy
in regards to Serbia. Stopping military adventurism has to be
accomplished by voting. However our troops who have nothing to do with
creating policy are stuck having to carry out their orders. Most are
young and away from home for a long period of time. Some will not
return. They deseve our support and well wishes. Even if you do not know
a specific soldier to write to you can still participate in mailing your
good thougts to our troops and or family members who are alone in
Germany. If you are so inclined heres how to do it: 

Mail to Soldiers: 
"Any Servicemember" Addresses for Bosnia Operation Joint Endeavor: 

The Military Postal Service Agency (MPSA) has designated addresses the
public may use to send mail to soldiers deployed in support of Operation
Joint Endeavor in Bosnia and family members who remained alone in

"Any Service Member/Any Family Member Mail" is that mail sent by the
general public to an unspecified service member or families of deployed
service members, as an expression of support or patriotism. 

The MPSA, in coordination with the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), has
initiated an "Any Service Member/Any Family Member Mail" program. Three
distinct ZIP Codes and addresses are available. There is a 70 pound USPS
weight limit: however it is recommended that parcels be no larger than a
shoe box. 

Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps land forces: Any Service Member 
Operation Joint Endeavor
APO AE 09397 

Families in Germany:
Any Family Member
Operation Joint Endeavor
APO AE 09399 

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