Soldiers Battling Elements During Operation Atlantic Resolve Find Respite With Support From OSD’s Coffee and Gaming ‘Supply Drop’

BEMOWO PISKIE, POLAND & FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (March 21, 2018) /For immediate release/ — The annual joint training exercise with US and NATO allies in the region runs troops through a series of deliberate actions to align security efforts.


The soldiers of 3/2 Cavalry Regiment left Germany via convoy last winter for Poland and immediately saw a drop in morale.

Army SGT Michael B. said, “ We arrived at Bemowo Piskie, Poland and there isn’t much to do here. We would greatly appreciate a care package to help keep up the morale of my soldiers and help get us through the harsh Polish winter.”


With the support from generous donors including Starbucks, Disgruntled Decks, Razer, USAA, GAEMS and other key OSD partners these troops will be able to unwind together and with their NATO friends until returning back to Germany in late Spring.


SGT Michael B. wrote, “Thank you to you and all of the generous donors at OSD! It was such a great feeling to open the package and see everyone’s eyes light up! We are very thankful and the package couldn’t of been more perfect.


“Thank you so much for the donations. We were all positively affected by the package and it helped increase our morale.”


Laeth Damon, Army Veteran and OSD Warehouse Manager, stated, “We’re always excited to see the smiles and read the testimonials from our military community. These soldiers have the opportunity to share the fun and games with our allies and continue to increase the morale of their own troops.”


OSD’s “Supply Drop” program has impacted hundreds of thousands of active military personnel in scores of locations around the globe.


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