Another month has come to an end.  The Month of Military Family Awareness took a couple different turns after researching.

What did I learn?

I learned that for most people the words “I support the Military” is easily said, but there are very few actually “doing something.”

I learned that there are many websites that are built to “support the military” but only a handful have actually been updated in the last 12 months, much less even more recent.

I learned that most of the organizations that are asking to support the Military are asking for Money, not necessarily good faith or work.

I learned that as of December 31st, 2011 – there are 1,414,000 Active Military and there are more than 312 million Americans. In doing the math that is less that a half of percent of Americans are in the Active Military.

I learned about PTSD and the long term effect on not only the person, but also on their families.

I decided that I want to be part of the Wreaths Across America Day next year and have already put a note on my 2013 calendar.

I learned that there are only a handful of Camo Vehicles!

To see all the Camo Vehicles from this month and review the different organizations that we highlighted, be sure to visit:

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