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.read more
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Elite Corps - Black KnightsElite Corps – Black Knights is a rigorous program developed to give back to those who want to serve our military families through Operation Bald Eagle. Click here to learn more.
September 25, 2016
Do you know a Heroes story? Tell us in 500 words or less…
Last December 24th we surprised Air Force & disabled veteran with a new kitchen make-over and 2016 mortgage payments. We want to honor another hero this Christmas Eve. But we Need YOU to tell us their story. Submit their story in 500 words or less via regular mail to our office: 222 S Main St., […]
September 25, 2016
Thanks for your service to Operation Bald Eagle
Tyler McQueen our Chief of Operations/Treasurer left OBE for a personal leave on 8/11/16. Thanks for your incredible support to Operation Bald Eagle during your tenure. We were able to accomplish great things during your time. We wish you all the very best and hope to hear from you in the future. We are in […]
June 1, 2016
We Need YOU!
As our 2nd annual Picnic for Patriots arrives in less than 10 days…We Need YOU! Can you help volunteer support for our event. We will need help setting up and decorating the night previous. As well as the day of the event. Friday, 10 June 2016 we will be at the venue from 3PM – […]
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Honoring the Fallen
Ryan David Robertson, loving and precious son to Rob and Linda, beloved brother and friend, died Thursday, July 16, 2009. Ryan took his last breath at 4:45 pm while being held by his Dad and surrounded by his family in his room at Harborview Medical Center after 17 days in a coma.Read More