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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We need your help. We rely on the generosity of those who volunteer their time and money to make sure we meet the needs of our clients.
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Fundraising Opportunity

Take advantage of a great opportunity to raise money for our troops, while you save money at home. Click here to learn more.

Elite Corps - Black Knights

Elite 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.

news & events

  • 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 – […]

  • May 16, 2016

    In life…

    In life we have the opportunity to cross the paths of many people. But few stand out as heroes. People who ask of little but give of everything. People who know how to make you laugh when you want to cry. People who tell you the truth when you need to hear it. People who […]

  • May 16, 2016

    Lcpl Jake Waggoner – Our hero

     I met Jake 7 years ago when I first learned about his brain cancer. He was 26 years old then and had just returned from Iraq. We helped fund raise for him and he became more than just another sponsor. He became family. I went down to visit him and his family last year after […]

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Honoring the Fallen

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    Officer Greg Richards

    Officer Gregory Richards, 42, was the glass-is-half-full guy, the one who saw the better half of any situation, said his widow, Kelly. Married nearly 18 years ago, she met Officer Richards at the H.D. Hotspurs bar in Kent, when she turned 21 and was old enough to go out dancing with her girlfriends at a club.

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