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Warriors / Veterans

Traditional Indian Culture is to Honor our Warriors.

Tolerance & Respect for Others is the Indian way.
We are not promoting War, however we are
Supporting and Honoring our
Native Warriors protecting Turtle Island.

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Indian veteran / Warrior Information

Native American Participation in the United States Military

Native Americans Medals of Honor Recipants

Revocation Medal oF Honor for Wounded Knee Massacre

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American Indian Memorial, Healing Wall

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Links for Veterans & Military Assistance

The Army and Air Force Exchange Services is where most servicemen and women do their shopping. You can purchase gift certificates for those in Iraq and those hospitalized.
Adopt a Platoon has several ongoing projects to ensure that every soldier overseas does not walk away from mail call empty-handed.
Any Service Member, send emails to Members of the Armed Forces.
Any Soldier is a non-profit organization that helps people send care packages to members of the armed services in Iraq.
Purchase a Support Our Troops mug and a free personalized mug will be given to a current or former service member.
The Blue Star Mothers was founded by service members' moms during World War II. Any mother with a son or daughter in the military can join.
Help the troops escape boredom by donating some books. You can also donate DVDs and CDs requested by soldiers.
Camp Doha provides valuable information for those about to deploy, their friends and families and anyone who wants to support the troops.
Donated cell phones are recycled and turned into cash. The cash is used to purchase calling cards for soldiers in Iraq.
DEFEND AMERICA. Thank any service member stationed throughout the U.S. and the world with an -mail.
The Fisher House Foundation donates comfort homes, built on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers. These homes enable family members to be close to a loved one during hospitalization for an unexpected illness, disease, or injury.
The Freedom Calls Foundation is helping families video conference with their loved ones in Iraq. You can donate money to help keep this project going.
GROCERIES FOR FAMILIES. The men and women who lay down their lives for us are terribly underpaid. Help a family by purchasing gift certificates to the commissary.
Homes for Our Troops assists injured veterans and their immediate families by building new or adapting existing homes with handicapped accessibility.
The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund is constructing a world-class state-of-the-art advanced training skills facility at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. The center will serve military personnel who have been catastrophically disabled in operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. The center will also serve military personnel and veterans severely injured in other operations and in the normal performance of their duties, combat and non-combat related.
MILITARY MOMS. This site provides support to all of the moms out there who has a son or daughter in the Military.
Operation: A Bit of Home supports over 150 different soldiers per day by providing necessary and hard-to-get toiletries.
Operation Air Conditioner provides not only air conditioners but space heaters (the desert is cold in the winter) for soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Operation Call Home's mission is to provide each platoon with their own satellite phone.
The U.S. Navy and Dear Abby have teamed up. Their site allows you to send e-mail messages of support to service members.
Operation Give provides toys, clothing and school supplies primarily to the children of Iraq and Afghanistan.
You can donate your unused frequent flier miles to help soldiers travel on emergency leave. They are also used to help families fly to hospitalized soldiers.
Operation Interdependence supplies care packages to deployed soldiers. You can help out by providing goods, coordinating efforts or donating funds.
Many soldiers are rebuilding schools in Iraq and scrounging around for school supplies. Help Iraqi children by donating a school supplies kit.
Donate money to Operation Uplink. The money is used to purchase phone cards so servicemen and women can call home.
Become some soldier's angel by adopting a service member.
Treats for Troops helps get you provide packages to your loved ones overseas. If you don't know anyone, the Foster-A-Soldier Program matches you with a registered soldier by branch of service, home state, gender, or birthday - or you can choose to sponsor a group of soldiers.
You can sponsor care packages provided by the USO with a $25 donation.
Veterans Legal and Benefits Information (VA LAW)provided Online. All items free for use and distribution. A VETERANS RESOURCES NETWORK
Voices From Home allows military members and their families and friends to send and receive immediate voice e-mail messages in remote locations around the world.
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The American Indian Movement Riverside is a proactive advocacy and educational organization concerned with promoting the unity and security of Indian communities, families, and drug free youth programs. The organization is dedicated to representing the many interests and concerns of all Native American Indian people, particularly renewal of spirituality to empower Indian people with dignity regarding political, social and legal issues, including cultural traditions and inherent sovereign rights.

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