America Supports You

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  • MySpace is used to host a profile for the America Supports You program.
  • The America Supports You program also connects military service members and their families to homefront groups that provide assistance.
  • YouTube is used to host channels for DoDvClips and America Supports You video content.
  • Dozens of corporations, recognized on the program's website, are also America Supports You supporters.
  • America Supports You connects individuals, organizations, and companies to hundreds of non-profit support groups, called homefront groups, offering a variety of support services to the military community.
  • The comics were created through a Defense Department program, America Supports You, where companies come together with the Department of Defense to support the U.S. military.
  • The network also put together a national Cards for Troops campaign and a partnership with America Supports You to build support of Americans for the men and women of the U.S. Armed Services.
  • For example, a campaign executed in November 2007 by the America Supports You program asked citizens to text message words of support for military members unable to be home on the Thanksgiving holiday.
  • And Blogtalkradio is used to broadcast the Bloggers Roundtables live and to host online talk radio shows about America Supports You and the Military Health System.
  • The covers the America Supports You program with daily information on citizen troop-support efforts, DoD programs and services, and educational tips for U.S. military servicemembers.
  • Since 2007, he has also been president of America Supports You and a member of the Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • DoDvClips is a website containing a collection of videos produced by DoD with footage from speeches, military field operations, Pentagon Channel news programs, America Supports You news stories, and public service announcements.