Last day to send Holiday cards to wounded troops

This is the last day to get holiday cards to troops, their families and veterans all over the world. The Army's “Holiday Mail for Heroes” is an open invitation to anyone who wants to take a few moments of their day to send a thank you to those who have made the ultimate sacrifices for the country.

“Anyone can send a card and you can send as many as you would like,”  Walter Reed Army Medical Center's web site states.

The cards will be divided and delivered via Army around the globe.

Please send cards to Holiday Mail for Heroes, PO Box 5456, Capitol Heights, MD, 20791-5456.

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