Soldiers' Angels and Seek to Mug a Troop

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Soldiers' Angels partner with Mug-A-Troop to provide support and encouragement to American troops currently serving overseas.

Members of the U.S. armed forces serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, and around the globe will receive an extra measure of support from the home front in the months to come, thanks to an alliance forged between, a website that provides free personalized Troop Appreciation Mugs to military personnel, and Soldiers’ Angels Foundation (, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing tangible caring support for American servicemen and women.

The cornerstone of is Operation Mug a Troop and Operation Mug a Vet. With nearly 30,000 requests from American troops for their own personalized Troop Appreciation Mug, "These mugs have become one of the most requested mugs in the world,” said Glenn A. Jordan, founder of "I designed these mugs to send a strong and lasting message to our troops that not only were they supported, but more importantly, that they were appreciated and thanked for their service and sacrifice for all Americans.”

These free Troop Appreciation Mugs, which contain the words "We the People Appreciate and Thank” followed by each recipients name and rank, are made possible with the support of grateful individuals, groups and businesses. Included with each mug is a letter of thanks and appreciation addressed to that specific troop. To date, almost 2,000 military men and women have been “mugged.”

Soldiers' Angels was founded in 2003 by Patti Patton-Bader, the mother of a soldier who was then serving in Iraq. That summer, her son wrote to her expressing concern that some soldiers did not receive any mail or support from home. As a result, she contacted a few friends and asked them to write to a soldier or two. Since then, Soldier’s Angels has grown to an Internet community with tens of thousands of participants, including businesses that donate money, services, and items for packages for members of all branches of the armed forces. The foundation also supports wounded servicemen and women with personal visits and phone calls and sends thanks via letters and e-mail to the military of other coalition nations in Iraq.

For more information on Operation Mug a Troop and Operation Mug a Vet, please visit

Glenn A. Jordan, Founder

31 Civic Park Court

O Fallon, MO 63366



Anamarie Smith

Soldiers Angels

1792 E. Washington Blvd

Pasadena, Ca 91104



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