"......You and your team have made an impact on the soldiers, and the amazing families that support them; that is hard to put into words. Wives have seen pictures of where their husband lives, sleeps and works. Husbands have seen video and watched a message board of support messages from families and friends. I can't tell you enough what a great tool the site has been for a group of 10 special soldiers who live, train, and depend on 1,000 Iraqi soldiers outside the wire. From the bottom of a lot of American hearts - THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU. I can't say it enough."
"This really touches us as a family at home. We didn’t have to spend two weeks reacquainting him with everything that had happened. He felt like he had been there in some small way. We could just spend our time relaxing and enjoying [each other’s] company."
"Normally we get to talk to him on the phone twice a week or so, for about 10 or 15 minutes…not enough time to say, ‘This is what we did all week.” [Now] we can keep tabs on when their practices are, when their games will be, then he can say, ‘Hey, I saw you had a game on Thursday, how did that go?’"
"It isn’t often, us regular people get to participate in helping the families as well as the young men and women who place themselves in harms way, selflessly, for the rest of us. And I am especially proud of being the first to contribute."