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Review for Operation Bandanas for Bragg, dba Operation Bandanas, Fayetteville, NC, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

Operation Bandanas
The service members here love the bandanas because they are easy to carry all the time. There is always a place for the bandanas in our uniform. They become an extension of our uniform. The bandanas can do so much for the service members. It is obvious that they need these bandanas in this very hot weather. When there is a violent sandstorm here or when there is strong wind, the bandanas are indeed very useful. The military people use them to cover their faces, clean their sunglasses, wipe their faces and even clean their weapons with the bandanas. The bandanas really take good care of us. And there is another side to the bandanas.
The Bandanas with the printed Psalm 91 becomes also sacred for the service members. They display the bandanas in their tents and in their offices. When other people see the bandanas being displayed, they become curious to read the Psalm 91 on the bandanas. Reading curiously the Psalm 91 on the bandanas becomes their introduction to something spiritual. Reading the Psalm 91 becomes their prayer and their union with the Divine. It is a very practical tool to have a connection with the Divine Presence. Bandanas become a profound moment of knowing and talking to Someone beyond oneself. The Bandanas become something much more. There is the feeling of security because we carry it all the time. This feeling of security is not only the bandana itself but the presence of the Divine that we discover when we read the Psalm 91 in the bandanas.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

The soldiers are very pleased with the bandanas.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

No changes

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How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

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How did you find this group?

Through my friends

What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?

It taught me to care in a very concrete and practical way.

Role:  Client Served & I ask for help to get bandanas for soldiers who are deployed.