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What are The Teams?

The Teams stand strong as a force multiplier bringing the veteran community together with a shared purpose. Made up of veterans and civilians alike, our Teams’ leadership and members lead the way in over three dozen cities, serving the local military populations and making an impact through service projects on and off post. To date, members of The Teams have clocked in over 9,000 volunteer hours and have directly impacted tens of thousands of veterans and family members.

Why are The Teams important?

Members of The Teams, along with OSD Leadership, drive the meaningful work provided by Operation Supply Drop. Beyond the purpose through service, the camaraderie built within this program forges bonds lasting a lifetime beyond day-to-day activities.

The Teams off the press

Keller Williams and OSD Team Up to Help Veterans

On May 9th, Keller Williams employees across the country took a break from buying and selling houses to give back to their community. The initiative is an annual event called RED Day, which stands for “renew, energize, and donate.” In all, more than 1,000 Keller...

OSD OSU Honors Women’s History Month with HER Service Event

In honor of Women’s History Month, OSD Ohio State University partnered with a number of local organizations to make a big impact for Columbus women in need. The HER Service Project was led by females from 3 different Veteran Service Organizations (Gretchen Klingler...

OSD Austin Goes Off-Road at the Texas Gambler 500

OSD Austin stood up two vehicles for the 2019 Texas Gambler 500 taking place around Splendora, Texas on March 8th through the 10th. The Gambler is a national and local series of on-and-off road events with "unlikely off-road vehicles.” That can mean everything from...

Maxine Ababa Takes Over as OSD San Antonio Chapter Leader

By OSD Staff Writer Ann Green Chapter Lead Maxine Ababa has big plans for OSD San Antonio.  Her drive to serve others stems from her service in the United States Air Force from 2003-2009, where she achieved the rank of Staff Sergeant and a family legacy of service to...

4 Ways to Support a Military Family During a Deployment

By OSD Communications Specialist Bailey Patton Brackin Deployments are a stressful time for military families. Having your loved one in harm's way a world away is difficult, to say the least. Birthdays, holidays, and anniversaries are missed, communication is limited...

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