A SOLDIERS WISH LIST .org    

"Dream team" working to  fulfill as "wishes" as possible,

All donations go for the "wishes" for the  troops and to pay  postage to send their items.


Douglas Cote

one of first

adopted soldiers in

Afghanistan

2004


 

 

 


this is David Sterling,from Kansas and I first met him when he was on his way to Iraq about 2004, and then he was in an ambush in his humvee  and lost his hand ,and was able to still save his Lt. life to get out of there. David has had a rough go of it since coming home . but now is hopefully happier and still living in Kansas, married with his stepson in the Marines in Hawaii. so David was really one of our first soldiers. certainly our first wounded hero. I still try to keep in touch with him. as I told him once you are "adopted" by ASWL that is forever. 

our sailor ,Lonnie Noble when he was in Afghanistan and we sent him this bumper sticker
 WORKING TO FULLFILL"WISHES" FOR COMBAT TROOPS

Christmas packages received for Marines in Japan

Amanda Gallegos and fellow Airmen in Afghanistan

CW2 Bernard Walker

Kuwait

Army and their Christmas tree and 

ornaments from ASWL


Andrew Fulton and his 

"wishes" for his Christmas gifts.

Kuwait

Jared Defoor and Marines in Japan

SFC Jason Phelps/Army/Kuwait

Malcolm Smith and fellow soldiers
Kuwait

our special soldier 

SHAWN MILLER 

he is second from the right. 

one of my most prized pictures. I will never forget this one. this is SFC Rob Kinard and special forces unit in Afghanistan. 

SGT  IST CLASS 

WILLIAM BRIAN WOODS JR.

KIA Aug 14th 2009

Afghanistan

from Catawissa,Mo. 

served with some in this unit. and never forgotten.


Who We Are...A Soldier's Wish List (ASWL) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to support our troops serving in combat zones. to let them know we are always grateful for what they do for us daily.

What We Do...Our goal is to fulfill the wishes of our combat troops to the best of our abilities.  

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pictures from Vietnam, 1968-69 ,my first set of adoptions