About Us

Operation Bald Eagle is about serving the men and women who serve to protect us in their time of need. We believe that these patriot's and their immediate families should be honored by their service to our communities and our country. It is because of these patriot's that our nation is what it is today. We are committed to being a 911 response to our heroes when called upon.

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news & events

  • September 27, 2014

    Air Force father surprises son at UMA

    A Roy Police Officer who serves in the Air Force after returning from a tour in Afghanistan  to surprise his son at the Utah Military Academy. Operation Bald Eagle was there to document the event. And to give a care package to Brian Seward and his family. Thanks to local businesses that helped create the […]

  • September 23, 2014

    “Serving Heroes” for Thanksgiving

    Do you know a law enforcement officer or firefighter who is a veteran? Have they served in Iraq/Afghanistan? We will be honoring a veteran with a very special Thanksgiving this year. But we also feel compelled that the sacrifice of our law enforcement/fire services who have served in the military should be honored as well. […]

  • September 22, 2014

    Crossroads Church in Ogden/Uintah go for Troops!

    Operation Bald Eagle partners with Crossroads Church to help our military families in Utah this Christmas. Thanks for your support! We are excited about this new partnership honoring our heroes. The church is collecting new toys and clothing now through December 10th, 2014. Do you have an organization that is interested in supporting our heroes […]

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Honoring the Fallen

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    Sgt. Mark Renninger

    He was a former Army Ranger, a nationally known SWAT team trainer and the rock of his department — a man with such charisma and natural leadership skills that when he showed up at the scene, his fellow officers knew things were going to be all right.

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