Operation Christmas Stocking.
This was our first website dedicated to supporting the troops and was hugely successful in bringing a "little
taste of home" to over 17,600 during the Festive Season in 2003. It is our intention for this to continue during 2004. The
OCS website is presently offline, however, we continue to widely support the troops and retain the non-profit organization.
Essentials For Troops.
Bringing a "little taste of home" throughout the year by sending care packages and essential items, primarily
to newly deployed troops, but also to those who are for whatever reason not getting too much support from home. The website
is presently off-line, however, we continue to support the troops in many different ways.
Tribute to the tragic events of September 11th, 2001.
Our very first tribute site, and now internationally acclaimed, used as an education aid in many schools
and other institutions as well as by emergency services worldwide. Probably the largest and most visited privately owned and
operated 9.11 tribute site on the internet. Allow a LOT of time, and a box of Kleenex......this is a HUGE website.
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Dedicated to the events and issues that affect the US and coalition troops involved in the global war on
terrorism while supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. Another HUGE website, with links to those lost and our details "Daily
Dairies", covering all the major news in diary form from day one of this conflict to remove the tyrannical regime of Saddam
Hussein, remove possible threats on the US and other countries, and provide freedom and democracy for the Iraqi people.
A personal dedication to those brave men and women who have given their lives in support of Operation Iraqi
Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and the reason that they were necessary, the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. All
the names are listed, and a short summary/bio in many cases.
The day by day summary of events and issues affecting the US men and women in uniform who are involved in
Operation Iraqi Freedom. Updated at least daily, and more often as important breaking news is available. This website has
been archived since the end of the first year of the war and will continue to be available online for the benefit of the various
educational establishments who use it frequently.