OSD Seattle Impact Dozens of Military Families at Joint Base Lewis-McChord Warrior Transition Battalion Annual Christmas Party

JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD & SEATTLE-TACOMA, Washington December 24, 2017 /For immediate release/ — Back for the second year with the now world-famous Hot Chocolate Bar, OSD (Operation Supply Drop) Seattle dedicates service day to Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB) for annual Christmas party.

OSD Seattle Team Leader and US Army Veteran, Chance McPheron, said, “This was our second year holding the hot chocolate bar and our third year of working with the WTB. It’s always awesome to do events with the WTB. We’ve been working with the unit long enough now, it’s like our family.”


OSD also gave out Christmas gifts including item from Starbucks, Bezier Games, Bethesda and KontrolFreek as well as was joined by national partner, Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) at the overwhelmingly successful Christmas event.


OSD Seattle will continue to build upon the 3-year relationship with the JBLM-WTB entering 2018 furthering the therapeutic “Respawn” program by bringing it on-post, directly to the recovering soldiers and veterans.


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