We know that life can be busy — particularly around this time of year. With COVID, the election, and the holiday season, we wanted to make sure that you have time to catch up on what you might have missed from our news section in the past month.
Also, in case you hadn’t heard, we recently launched our UAP online store where you can buy patriotic gifts for yourself or for your friends and family!
Without further ado, here are UAP’s top 5 articles from the month of November 2020.
1. GySgt Danny Draher: From New York to Force Recon, From Marine Raider to Family Man
UAP recently sat down with Gunnery Sergeant Danny Draher – a seasoned former Reconnaissance Marine and current Marine Raider with more than eighteen years in the Marine Corps.
2. Your signature is needed to right the wrong and give 1SG John Hatley a full Presidential Pardon now
On October 16, 2020, 1SG John Hatley was paroled and released from Fort Leavenworth after more than a decade behind bars for crimes he did not commit. Patriots like you fought for his release and won. Now the fight continues for Hatley to receive a full presidential pardon.
3. GySgt Joshua Negron: Carrying on the legacy of a true Warrior, Leader, and Mentor
UAP recently sat down with Gunnery Sergeant Joshua Negron, an active Marine Raider and veteran of the Marine Reconnaissance community.
4. One year has passed since President Trump pardoned 1LT Clint Lorance and MAJ Matthew Golsteyn
One year ago, Army 1st Lieutenant Clint Lorance and Army Major Matthew Golsteyn were pardoned by President Donald Trump. Please take time to once again celebrate such monumental events for these American patriots and their families.
5. Toys For Tots and UAP announce partnership to help children in need
UAP is proud to announce our partnership with the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program.
Since 1947, the mission of Toys for Tots has been to assist the U.S. Marine Corps in providing a tangible sign of hope to economically disadvantaged children at Christmas by collecting new unwrapped toys and distributing those toys to less fortunate children at Christmas.