“The basic building blocks of selfless service are the commitment of each team member to go a little further, endure a little longer, and look a little closer to see how he or she can add to the effort.”
Sgt. Steven Giddings could have been talking about his time in the United States Army, and this principle still would have rung true. But in that sentence he was describing the pillars of the non-profit Operation Supply Drop. OSD makes it their mission to keep active military and returning veterans happy, entertained, and mentally sound. After Captain Stephen Machuga and his infantry company received a crate of harlequin romance novels in a package from home, he realized something very important: everyone wants to help, but they don’t know what soldiers want. Luckily, he did.