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If you’re stressed about a military move, you know that your kids are, as well. In her new children’s book, Carrie introduces young readers to Allie. Due to her dad’s job, Allie, a young giraffe, finds out she needs to leave her home in Kenya for a new one in Somalia.
As veterans with multiple combat and non-combat deployments, we here at Troopster know that supporting loved ones overseas can be a complex and ever-changing process. To help people through the process and stay on top of any changes, we decided to incorporate a military blog into our website. This way, if we learn about anything that impacts friend and family support to troops overseas, we can keep you posted!
It’s easy to get caught up in the delicious barbeques and beginning of summer festivities associated with Memorial Day. But, it’s also important to reflect on the sacrifices this holiday commemorates. While Veterans Day honors all individuals who have served, Memorial Day honors those who have given the last full measure of devotion, dying in service to this great nation.
For anyone who knows friends and family serving in the military, you’ve likely heard people throw around the term “FPO address” at one time or another. But what is it? Is it a normal address, or something different? Let Troopster help! We’re a veteran-owned business that provides friends and families a convenient way to buy, personalize, and ship care packages, all from the comfort of your own home! As such, we live and breathe military mail and can answer all your questions about FPO addresses. And, to start, the FPO in FPO address stands for “Fleet Post Office,” and it is used to ship letters and packages to Navy installations.
If you’ve ever had friends or families in the military, you’ve probably asked this question. Fortunately, Troopster’s here to help! As a veteran-owned and veteran-operated business specializing in sending personalized care packages to troops overseas, military mail is our business. The APO in APO mail stands for “Army Post Office,” and this address format is used for shipping items to any Army or Air Force installation.