We hear a lot about "supporting the troops". It's easy to say but what exactly does it mean?
What does it look like?
It looks like this.
There are many, many, MANY different ways that one can support the troops. It can be as simple as writing a letter, knitting a cap, or mailing a care package to deployed servicemember who doesn't get mail. It can be as grand as running an organization of over 200,000 volunteers. It's about doing something for someone you may never meet. It's about thinking and caring about someone else. Troops support is focusing on others.