Any Soldier, Inc.
is a non-profit organization started by
Sgt. Brian Horn, with his mother and father Marty and Sue, of LaPlata, Maryland.
Sergeant Horn was one of the 1,000 soldiers who parachuted into Northern
Iraq on March 26th, 2003 with the 173rd Airborne Brigade.
What started as a simple
family effort to help their son blossomed into a nationwide grassroots
effort that now helps and supports thousands of military men and women.
Sgt. Horn's father (who served in the Army for 20 years) started the web
and today Any Soldier
has delivered supportive items to more than 100,000 soldiers in all
branches of the military, both active duty and reservists.
This is a perfect way to remind our men and women in uniform just how
grateful we are for the tremendous sacrifices they make. And I hope you'll
help get the word out by forwarding this e-mail to friends and family
||"To all whom this may concern,
I would personally like to thank all of those who have recently
contributed their time and efforts in what I believe to be an
awe-inspiring and frankly quite dramatic display of support from the
home-front. The correspondence and care packages have been coming in
at an overwhelming and nearly monumental pace. The "Any Soldier"
campaign has seen tears from some, given hope to most, and has been
inspirational to us all. Your relentless support has provided the
simple reminder that any one of us would proudly die for a grateful
nation in our ongoing fight against terrorism."
"Freedom is not Free"
SGT Brian Horn