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Salute to American Heroes 8 has been postponed due to COVID-19.  Please mark your calendars for next year – October 21, 2021.   Email: for more information. Watch a Short video from Last Year’s event:   VIEW INFO from last year’s event.


Subaru of America Share the Love

For the last seven years, Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon has been honored to be a local Subaru Share the Love charity for Liberty Subaru of Emerson, NJ.  The end of year 2019 event was no different and AaSP was fortunate enough to receive over $47,000 from Subaru of America and Liberty Subaru.  The monies will go to […]

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Super Bowl Party 2020

This year’s Super Bowl Party for the wounded/recovering Veterans at the Bethesda Chevy Chase Rescue Center was a great success.  AaSP joined Camp4Heroes, FDNY and the Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski Memorial Foundation and it was wonderful.  The game was exciting, we gave out lots of prizes, the food was terrific and everyone had a great […]



From the FRONT: 9 OCT

I received your package today! Thank you guys so much it really means a lot to me and my roommates we all share haha. Hope you all are staying safe and God Bless! Dustin


From the FRONT: 5 OCT

“Thank you so much! Just got the package and half is already gone! We appreciate you guys so much! Austin ”
And if MWD Bonus could talk he’d probably thank Support Our 4 Legged Soldiers for the new bed! We support his handler.


From the FRONT: 20 Sept

I just wanted to reach out and say Thank You for the care package we received from you folks.   Unfortunately for us, because of Corona Virus and the withdraw of troops, we haven’t had a Post Exchange visit since we’ve been in country.   It doesn’t seem likely that we will have one for the remainder of our deployment either.   Our only source of comfort items is via the mail from generous organizations like yours and our family members at home.   It is always a morale boost for our guys to get some treats from home.   I’ve attached a picture of a few of our guys enjoying cigars that were in our care package.
We are extremely grateful and keep up the great work!  Thomas