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Operation Wheels of Freedom's program


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Operation Wheels of Freedom's program
[1/24/2008]

Source: American Forces Press Service By Samantha L. Quigley WASHINGTON, July 20, 2007 -

To complete its mission, Operation Wheels of Freedom brings high  performance American-made vehicles to the troops for a hands-on  look, he said. It also provides them the opportunity to develop  safer driving habits. More than more than 3,000 servicemembers on four bases have heard  Operation Wheels of Freedom's message since its start in 2004.

Operation Wheels of Freedom also is available to family members.
 
 "At each base we set aside one of the days as 'Family Day' and
 give rides to the spouses and kids that are on base," Muyres said.
 "One of our sponsors, Mattel, has also made available many
 thousands of large Hot Wheels cars that we have given away to the
 kids."

 Military children receive large-scale Hot Wheels toy cars during
 an Operation Wheels of Freedom event to honor, entertain and
 educate servicemembers. Mattel, one of the group's sponsors, has
 provided thousands of the toys. 

 To read about the program see: http:///www.operationwheelsoffreedom.com

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