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Guys, our son Brian (played for Auburn) informed us of a kind deed you did for him. We want to thank all of you from the bottom of our heart! Todd Boland, you are my Hero!!
Latest update on Chief Lewis.

Update #5! The power of prayers, the inspiration of support, and appreciation for words of encouragement. Your guys are the absolute best. Thank you for pulling me from the blink of death! Although I have achieved some significant milestones, my body is struggling through transitions. It will be a long recovery road. In fact, when I get released, rather than head home, the doctors will placed me in an assisted living facility, so I can relearn basic life living skills. The therapy will make me stronger and better version of myself. Please continue to pray and support me, it very much appreciated. The Fired Up Chief

PS. Don’t let down your guards and remain on high alert against CoVID, this virus will destroy you.
I would like to extend my prayers for my Bama football player, CEO of Letterman of the USA, to remember him in our prayers. He came to Etowah High school/Middles School Band to talk with them April 2018, and help to raise money for their uniforms, in which we raised in that one day over $5000 dollars. As the sponsor of the majorettes, and both Alabama and Auburn coming together this gentleman - Darryl Fuhrman gives of himself along with members and board to raise money ( 503) c. for our military. Darryl Fuhrman will have a Heart cath on Aug 21st. at UAB, followed by Aug 22 Open Heart Surgery at 5pm.----As friends and Lettermen of the USA, please remember my good Bama brother, Darryl Fuhrman. that God keep a watch over the doctors as they perform his surgery . ( Jesus Take the Wheel). Prayers from Kim & Tommy.
Hi Lettermen of the SEC-ers!
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Lettermen of the SEC has moved to Lettermen of the USA Moving Instagram account too and will update on our page.
Great way to stay in touch with for er players
Hi Lettermen of the SEC-ers!
Quickly wanted to share our Labor Day giveaway. Head over to http://bit.ly/2hImmYU to win free product or discounts!

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Lettermen of the USA (LotUSA) is a national charitable organization of former college athletes, as well as active and former coaches who have teamed up to help serve honorably discharged veterans, wounded veterans, and former college players in need.

Proving that rival teams and rival fan bases can work together to achieve a common goal, Lettermen of the USA (LotUSA) is a national 501 (c) (3) charitable organization of former college athletes, as well as active and former coaches who have teamed up to help serve honorably discharged veterans, wounded veterans of military actions following September 11, 2001, and former college players in need.

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09/22/2021

Bronze Star Wednesday

Lettermen of the USA and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and salute United States Air Force Col Norman Louross Wells a recipient of the Bronze Star for heroic achievement while a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam

CITATION:

Citation Needed) - SYNOPSIS: The President of the United States of America, authorized by Executive Order 11046, 24 August 1962, takes pleasure in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" to Captain Norman Louross Wells (AFSN: 0-3037386/13430498), United States Air Force, for heroic achievement while a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam from 29 August 1966 to 4 March 1973. His ceaseless efforts to conduct himself strictly in accord with the Code of Conduct and policies of the prisoner organization in the difficult conditions of a communist prison clearly demonstrated his loyalty, love of country, and professionalism. By his unselfish dedication to duty, he reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

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Bronze Star Wednesday

Lettermen of the USA and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and salute United States Air Force Col Norman Louross Wells a recipient of the Bronze Star for heroic achievement while a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam

CITATION:

Citation Needed) - SYNOPSIS: The President of the United States of America, authorized by Executive Order 11046, 24 August 1962, takes pleasure in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" to Captain Norman Louross Wells (AFSN: 0-3037386/13430498), United States Air Force, for heroic achievement while a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam from 29 August 1966 to 4 March 1973. His ceaseless efforts to conduct himself strictly in accord with the Code of Conduct and policies of the prisoner organization in the difficult conditions of a communist prison clearly demonstrated his loyalty, love of country, and professionalism. By his unselfish dedication to duty, he reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

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09/21/2021

Lettermen of the U.S.A and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and remember United States Marine Corps Sergeant Major James E Booker who was awarded the Silver Star for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy.

Citation:

The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Silver Star Medal to James E. Booker, Sergeant Major, U.S. Marine Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy while serving as Sergeant Major, Second Battalion, Fourth Marine Regiment, FIRST Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, U. S. Marine Corps Forces, Central Command, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM from February to September 2004. Sergeant Major Booker courageously exposed himself to enemy fire while leading Marines and eliminating enemy forces in several battalion engagements. On 31 March 2004, the forward command element came under intense machine-gun and rocket-propelled gr***de fire. With utter disregard for his own safety, Sergeant Major Booker dismounted the vehicle, engaged the enemy, and forced their withdrawal. He pursued his attackers down several darkened city streets and mortally wounded a rocket-propelled gr***de gunner who was engaging the Command Group. Sergeant Major Booker subsequently led a search that resulted in the arrest and capture of an eight-man cell and several weapons. On 10 April 2004, the forward command element came under fire from insurgents during cordon and search operations. He calmly led a team of Marines in a counterattack, personally clearing several buildings, eliminating one insurgent fighter, and facilitating the evacuation of a severely wounded Marine. Sergeant Major Booker's efforts enabled the forward command element to regain freedom of maneuver and inspired Marines to fearlessly engage the enemy. By his bold leadership, wise judgment, and loyal dedication to duty, Sergeant Major Booker reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.

Home Town: Fort Wayne, Indiana

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Lettermen of the U.S.A and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and remember United States Marine Corps Sergeant Major James E Booker who was awarded the Silver Star for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy.

Citation:

The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Silver Star Medal to James E. Booker, Sergeant Major, U.S. Marine Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy while serving as Sergeant Major, Second Battalion, Fourth Marine Regiment, FIRST Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, U. S. Marine Corps Forces, Central Command, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM from February to September 2004. Sergeant Major Booker courageously exposed himself to enemy fire while leading Marines and eliminating enemy forces in several battalion engagements. On 31 March 2004, the forward command element came under intense machine-gun and rocket-propelled gr***de fire. With utter disregard for his own safety, Sergeant Major Booker dismounted the vehicle, engaged the enemy, and forced their withdrawal. He pursued his attackers down several darkened city streets and mortally wounded a rocket-propelled gr***de gunner who was engaging the Command Group. Sergeant Major Booker subsequently led a search that resulted in the arrest and capture of an eight-man cell and several weapons. On 10 April 2004, the forward command element came under fire from insurgents during cordon and search operations. He calmly led a team of Marines in a counterattack, personally clearing several buildings, eliminating one insurgent fighter, and facilitating the evacuation of a severely wounded Marine. Sergeant Major Booker's efforts enabled the forward command element to regain freedom of maneuver and inspired Marines to fearlessly engage the enemy. By his bold leadership, wise judgment, and loyal dedication to duty, Sergeant Major Booker reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.

Home Town: Fort Wayne, Indiana

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09/20/2021

Medal of Honor Monday

Lettermen of the U.S.A and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and remember United States Army CPL Frank Lafayette Anders a recipient MOH for charging over a distance of about 150 yards and completely routed about 300 of the enemy during the Philippine Insurrection.

CITATION

With 11 other scouts, without waiting for the supporting battalion to aid them or to get into a position to do so, charged over a distance of about 150 yards and completely routed about 300 of the enemy who was in line and in a position that could only be carried by a frontal attack.

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Medal of Honor Monday

Lettermen of the U.S.A and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and remember United States Army CPL Frank Lafayette Anders a recipient MOH for charging over a distance of about 150 yards and completely routed about 300 of the enemy during the Philippine Insurrection.

CITATION

With 11 other scouts, without waiting for the supporting battalion to aid them or to get into a position to do so, charged over a distance of about 150 yards and completely routed about 300 of the enemy who was in line and in a position that could only be carried by a frontal attack.

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#MedalofHonorMonday #MedalofHonor #lotUSA #lettermenoftheUSA

09/19/2021

From all of us at the Lettermen of the USA 🇺🇸, Happy 74th Birthday to the United States Air Force and the Air National Guard.

To say thank you, tag the Air Force vet in your life. Aim High, to Fly, Fight, and Win!

From all of us at the Lettermen of the USA 🇺🇸, Happy 74th Birthday to the United States Air Force and the Air National Guard.

To say thank you, tag the Air Force vet in your life. Aim High, to Fly, Fight, and Win!

09/17/2021

To all our deployed. Thank you for your service and dedication. We value our freedom and YOU.

#RedFriday - Remember Everyone Deployed. 🇺🇸

To all our deployed. Thank you for your service and dedication. We value our freedom and YOU.

#RedFriday - Remember Everyone Deployed. 🇺🇸

09/16/2021

Purple Heart

Lettermen of the U.S.A and friends of the Lettermen USA
please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and remember United States Army PFC Leslie Allen Bellrichard a recipient, Medal of Honor and Purple Heart for mortal wounds received during the Vietnam War.

CITATION:

The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pride in presenting the Medal of Honor (Posthumously) to Private First Class Leslie Allen Bellrichard (ASN: 56824493), United States Army, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while serving with Company C, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division, in action against enemy aggressor forces at Pleiku Province, Republic of Vietnam, on 20 May 1967. Acting as a fire team leader with Company C, during combat operations Private First Class Bellrichard was with four fellow soldiers in a foxhole on their unit's perimeter when the position came under a massive enemy attack. Following a 30-minute mortar barrage, the enemy launched a strong ground assault. Private First Class Bellrichard rose in face of a group of charging enemy soldiers and threw hand gr***des into their midst, eliminating several of the foe and forcing the remainder to withdraw. Failing in their initial attack, the enemy repeated the mortar and rocket bombardment of the friendly perimeter, then once again charged against the defenders in a concerted effort to overrun the position. Private First Class Bellrichard resumed throwing hand gr***des at the onrushing attackers. As he was about to hurl a gr***de, a mortar round exploded just in front of his position, knocking him into the foxhole and causing him to lose his grip on the already armed gr***de. Recovering instantly, Private First Class Bellrichard recognized the threat to the lives of his four comrades and threw himself upon the gr***de, shielding his companions from the blast that followed. Although severely wounded, Private First Class Bellrichard struggled into an upright position in the foxhole and fired his rifle at the enemy until he succumbed to his wounds. His selfless heroism contributed greatly to the successful defense of the position, and he was directly responsible for saving the lives of several of his comrades. His acts are in keeping with the highest traditions of the military service and reflect great credit upon himself and the United States Army.

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Purple Heart

Lettermen of the U.S.A and friends of the Lettermen USA
please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and remember United States Army PFC Leslie Allen Bellrichard a recipient, Medal of Honor and Purple Heart for mortal wounds received during the Vietnam War.

CITATION:

The President of the United States of America, in the name of Congress, takes pride in presenting the Medal of Honor (Posthumously) to Private First Class Leslie Allen Bellrichard (ASN: 56824493), United States Army, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty while serving with Company C, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division, in action against enemy aggressor forces at Pleiku Province, Republic of Vietnam, on 20 May 1967. Acting as a fire team leader with Company C, during combat operations Private First Class Bellrichard was with four fellow soldiers in a foxhole on their unit's perimeter when the position came under a massive enemy attack. Following a 30-minute mortar barrage, the enemy launched a strong ground assault. Private First Class Bellrichard rose in face of a group of charging enemy soldiers and threw hand gr***des into their midst, eliminating several of the foe and forcing the remainder to withdraw. Failing in their initial attack, the enemy repeated the mortar and rocket bombardment of the friendly perimeter, then once again charged against the defenders in a concerted effort to overrun the position. Private First Class Bellrichard resumed throwing hand gr***des at the onrushing attackers. As he was about to hurl a gr***de, a mortar round exploded just in front of his position, knocking him into the foxhole and causing him to lose his grip on the already armed gr***de. Recovering instantly, Private First Class Bellrichard recognized the threat to the lives of his four comrades and threw himself upon the gr***de, shielding his companions from the blast that followed. Although severely wounded, Private First Class Bellrichard struggled into an upright position in the foxhole and fired his rifle at the enemy until he succumbed to his wounds. His selfless heroism contributed greatly to the successful defense of the position, and he was directly responsible for saving the lives of several of his comrades. His acts are in keeping with the highest traditions of the military service and reflect great credit upon himself and the United States Army.

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09/15/2021

Bronze Star Wednesday

Lettermen of the USA and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and salute United States Air Force Col William David Burroughs a recipient of the Bronze Star for heroic achievement while a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam.

CITATION:

(Citation Needed) - SYNOPSIS: The President of the United States of America, authorized by Executive Order 11046, 24 August 1962, takes pleasure in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" to Major William David Burroughs (AFSN: FR-27184), United States Air Force, for heroic achievement while a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam from 31 July 1966 to 4 March 1973. His ceaseless efforts to conduct himself strictly in accord with the Code of Conduct and policies of the prisoner organization in the difficult conditions of a communist prison clearly demonstrated his loyalty, love of country, and professionalism. By his unselfish dedication to duty, he reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

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#BronzeStar #BronzeStarWednesday #lotUSA #LettermenoftheUSA
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Bronze Star Wednesday

Lettermen of the USA and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and salute United States Air Force Col William David Burroughs a recipient of the Bronze Star for heroic achievement while a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam.

CITATION:

(Citation Needed) - SYNOPSIS: The President of the United States of America, authorized by Executive Order 11046, 24 August 1962, takes pleasure in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" to Major William David Burroughs (AFSN: FR-27184), United States Air Force, for heroic achievement while a Prisoner of War in North Vietnam from 31 July 1966 to 4 March 1973. His ceaseless efforts to conduct himself strictly in accord with the Code of Conduct and policies of the prisoner organization in the difficult conditions of a communist prison clearly demonstrated his loyalty, love of country, and professionalism. By his unselfish dedication to duty, he reflected great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force.

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#BronzeStar #BronzeStarWednesday #lotUSA #LettermenoftheUSA
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09/15/2021

Silver Star Tuesday

Lettermen of the U.S.A and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and remember United States Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Jeffrey E. Bohr, Jr. a recipient of the Silver Star for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy while serving IRAQI war.

Citation:

The President of the United States takes pride in presenting the Silver Star Medal (Posthumously) to Jeffrey E. Bohr, Jr., Gunnery Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy while serving as Company Gunnery Sergeant, Company A, First Battalion, Fifth Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 5, FIRST Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM on 10 April 2003. With his company assigned the dangerous mission of seizing a presidential palace in Baghdad and concerned that logistical re-supply might be slow in reaching his comrades once they reached the objective, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr selflessly volunteered to move in his two soft-skinned vehicles with the company's main armored convoy. While moving through narrow streets toward the objective, the convoy took intense small arms and rocket-propelled gr***de fire. Throughout this movement, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr delivered accurate, effective fires on the enemy while encouraging his Marines and supplying critical information to his company commander. When the lead vehicles of the convoy reached a dead end and were subjected to enemy fire, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr continued to boldly engage the enemy while calmly maneuvering his Marines to safety. Upon learning of a wounded Marine in a forward vehicle, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr immediately coordinated medical treatment and evacuation. Moving to the position of the injured Marine, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr continued to lay down a high volume of suppressive fire, while simultaneously guiding the medical evacuation vehicle, until he was mortally wounded by enemy fire. By his bold leadership, wise judgment, and complete dedication to duty, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.

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Born: at Ossian, Iowa
Home Town: San Clemente, California

Personal Awards: Silver Star (War on Terrorism), Purple Heart

Silver Star Tuesday

Lettermen of the U.S.A and friends of the Lettermen USA please join www.LotUSA.org today as we honor and remember United States Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Jeffrey E. Bohr, Jr. a recipient of the Silver Star for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy while serving IRAQI war.

Citation:

The President of the United States takes pride in presenting the Silver Star Medal (Posthumously) to Jeffrey E. Bohr, Jr., Gunnery Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy while serving as Company Gunnery Sergeant, Company A, First Battalion, Fifth Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 5, FIRST Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM on 10 April 2003. With his company assigned the dangerous mission of seizing a presidential palace in Baghdad and concerned that logistical re-supply might be slow in reaching his comrades once they reached the objective, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr selflessly volunteered to move in his two soft-skinned vehicles with the company's main armored convoy. While moving through narrow streets toward the objective, the convoy took intense small arms and rocket-propelled gr***de fire. Throughout this movement, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr delivered accurate, effective fires on the enemy while encouraging his Marines and supplying critical information to his company commander. When the lead vehicles of the convoy reached a dead end and were subjected to enemy fire, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr continued to boldly engage the enemy while calmly maneuvering his Marines to safety. Upon learning of a wounded Marine in a forward vehicle, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr immediately coordinated medical treatment and evacuation. Moving to the position of the injured Marine, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr continued to lay down a high volume of suppressive fire, while simultaneously guiding the medical evacuation vehicle, until he was mortally wounded by enemy fire. By his bold leadership, wise judgment, and complete dedication to duty, Gunnery Sergeant Bohr reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.

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Born: at Ossian, Iowa
Home Town: San Clemente, California

Personal Awards: Silver Star (War on Terrorism), Purple Heart

LETTERMEN of the USA 🇺🇸

LETTERMEN of the USA 🇺🇸
Proving that rival teams and rival fan bases can work together to achieve a common goal, LotUSA, is a national charitable organization of former college athletes, as well as active and former coaches who have teamed up to help serve honorably discharged veterans, wounded veterans, and former college players in need. LotUSA is an all-volunteer organization that relies on donations to continue the mission of providing ADA-compliant home renovations, personal mobility aids, specialized vehicles and funds for medical expenses.

Lettermen of the USA (LotUSA) Background:

April 27, 2011- A tornado tore through the State of Alabama leaving 253 lives lost and a debris field that was more than 10 miles wide spanning from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham. The devastation was life changing. Major rivals, University of Alabama and Auburn University college players pulled together to help with onsite, hands-on relief efforts. But, more needed to be done. Lettermen alumni from Alabama and Auburn Football programs banded together to play the Alumni Day Flag Football Game, a charity game to raise funds for tornado relief. The event, played at Spain Park High School in Hoover, Alabama, raised $150,000, which was donated to the Governor’s Emergency Relief Fund. This amazing achievement was just the beginning. It was the catalyst that launched the Lettermen of the Iron Bowl organization

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LETTERMEN Of The USA, PMB 371, 1919 Oxmoor Rd
Homewood, AL
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