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Support Our Troops

Support Our Troops Message

Brigadier General James M. Hesson USA (Retired)


Below are photos of our troops in Afghanistan and all of the information that you need to send an SOT care package. Please send them a Priority package of things they need and let them know that you support them. It's easy, inexpensive**, and will bless these men and women, who are sacrificing to protect us in this war against terror. Let's share our blessings with these very special men and women!

** Note: Current shipping charge: $17.35.

 


Contract Postal Units (like Jack's. on 17th St) cannot accept handwritten multi-part customs forms (2976-A). They can only accept Customs Forms filled out thru the Post Office online Custom Form procedures. S-O-T Boxes with handwritten Customs Forms (or online Customs Forms) can be dropped off at any of the regular main Post Offices. Step-by-step computer instructions are included under How To Send. There are Sample Customs Forms, both handwritten and computer, in the same section.

  • Information Memo
    •  

      Subject: Information Assistance Memorandum – “Operation S-O-T”

      Dear Volunteer:

      Thank you for “Supporting Our Troops” by volunteering to fill a “Troop Support Box”. These boxes will be distributed to service members serving under harsh conditions and in harms-way. This effort was initiated by the Sarasota Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAS) but relies on community support to provide the depth necessary to make it successful. We have a website, www.sarasotamoaa.com/support-us, which provides all the information you, or your clubs, schools, etc. would need to send packages or to financially support this program.

      The “kit” provided consists of the following items:
      1. This Information Assistance Memorandum.
      2. A United States Postal Service APO/FPO Priority Mail “Flat Rate” Box, identified with the additional logo: “AmericaSupportsYou.mil” We recommend these free boxes because they are the cheapest way USPS will ship, irrespective of weight, at $17.35. Special note: Postal rates are subject to change by the USPS.
      3. A list of Suggested Care Package Items to place in the box. Emphasis is on personal items and soldier support items. Keep a list and cost of items purchased for the Customs Form.
      4. A Pre-printed address mailing label. Before mailing a box, go to our website at www.sarasotamoaa.com/support-us, scroll down the page and click on the link “Where to Send” to make sure the name printed on the label is still active.
      5. A note introducing the Sarasota chapter of the Military Officers Association of America as the effort behind the box mailings. (Optional but encouraged.)
      6. Customs Form (Form 2976) with direction. If you have not been provided one you may pick it up at the Post Office when you mail the package. Custom forms can be completed on line at www.usps.com

      The address label is to a designated senior individual of the respective unit, and the Box will be distributed to soldiers in the unit. Please peel off and firmly attach the label to the box in the lower right hand corner. If you have a friend or relative who is deployed and wish to send he/she a box, please use this kit and tailor the box(s) and address to the service member you have in mind. If you wish to send multiple boxes, the Post Office has them available (free).

      The Sarasota MOAA note we ask you to place in the box is a good place to add a personal note with your address and/or email. Avoid any comment on the geo-political aspects of their effort; we remain apolitical, and are doing this because we support the individual service member, not dialoging about the pro’s and con’s of national policies.

      Once everything is included, seal the boxes with approved sealing tape, ensure your address label is firmly attached, add your return address, and complete the Customs Form (an example is on the back of the “Suggested Care Package Items” list. When using Form 2976, you can list similar items on the same line, e.g., books, magazines, shaving cream, razors, toothpaste, chips, crackers, pretzels etc. Check two boxes on the Customs Form: #5 Gift. Take the box to the Post Office for Priority Flat-Rate type mailing. It is requested that you ship your box within 2-4 weeks due to the fact the addresses may change due to combat operations.

      Individuals who desire to make a financial contribution to the Support Our Troops Program should make their checks payable to the Sarasota Military Officers Scholarship Fund, Inc. (SMOSF), an IRS 501(c)(3) charity, which serves as the outreach arm of the MOAS. While any donations are appreciated, it is estimated that $50.00 will be the upper limit on preparing and shipping a box and as such is a good multiple for donation purposes. Please indicate on the Memo line that the contribution is for the Support Our Troops Program. Your contributions will be used exclusively for the SOT program. The SMOSF's Federal Tax Identification Number is 65-0883860 and the SMOSF is registered with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Registration Number CH19841. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

      Send checks for our “Operation S-O-T” to the following address:

      MOAS Operation S-O-T
      COL Christopher F. White – US Army, Retired
      3657 Oak Grove Drive
      Sarasota, FL 34243
      white.christopher.f@gmail.com

      On behalf of all our service men and women, we extend a sincere “Thank You.”

      Revised May 15, 2017

  • How To Send
    •  

      How To Send

      Go to "How to do online Customs Forms", for EASY step-by-step guidelines on completing/printing out the Customs Forms online.
      Thank you for “Supporting Our Troops by volunteering to fill a “Troop Support Box.” These boxes will be distributed to members of the military in Iraq. Their addresses can be found in the "Where To Send" section below.
      This effort was initiated by the Sarasota Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), but relies on community support to provide the depth necessary to make it successful.Please consider initiating support at your church, club, business, or organization. See the "Conduct S.O.T. Drive" section below.
      1. There is now a larger (12' X 12" X 5-1/2") APO/FPO Flat Rate Priority Mail box available specifically for sending things to our troops; shipping cost to an APO/FPO is $17.35 (effective 1-17-16). We recommend using only these new, larger boxes, referenced below, for sending things to the troops.



      2. Suggested list of items to place in the box is found on the "What To Send or Avoid" section below. It is not expected all items on the list can be placed in the box. Emphasis is on personal items and soldier support items. Consider filling some boxes with items for female soldiers; then mark the box and Customs Form, "For Female Soldier". Keep a general list and cost of items purchased for the Customs Form.

      3. Priority Mail mailing labels are available at the Post Office. (Alternatively, you may write directly in the address place on the box, although this is not as good). You can print out addresses on these Post Office labels. Go to the "Where To Send" section below. Customs forms, available at the Post Office, are needed when mailing to an APO - e.g., AE 09380. Use Form 2976. In using the forms, you can summarize, e.g., Personal Hygiene items, books, etc. Prepare the 2976 Customs Form (see  this sample link) and the Post Office clerk will complete it and attach it to your box. Check the "Treat as Abandoned" box, Under "If Non-Deliverable".

      4. We have provided a sample letter for the Troops from the Sarasota MOAA chapter (MOAS), which provides a brief summary of what we are doing. Click here for "Sample Letter to Soldier".

      5. The box should be addressed to the Commanding Officer, by name or title (Commanding Officer) of the respective company. (Addresses can be found in the "Where To Send" section below.) He will further distribute to soldiers in the unit. If you are using a "Flat Rate" box and have been provided a pre-prepared mailing label, peel it off and attach it to the box where the label indicator is located. If you are writing the address on the package use the same indicated area. If using clear sealing tape to seal the box, also apply a strip over the mailing address. If you have a friend or relative who is deployed and wish to send him/her a box, tailor the box(s) and address to the soldier you have in mind. Once everything is included, seal the boxes with approved sealing tape. Ensure your address label is firmly attached, add your return address, attach the customs form and take to the Post Office for mailing. Ship it Priority Mail, using an APO/FPO “Flat Rate” Box.

      6. Recent automobile, hot-rod, sports magazines will be appreciated. Pocket books geared to the 20/30-year-old audience are also appropriate. You can refer to the suggested items list as you decide how to fill the box. The list is suggested, but not all items need be included - choose those items you wish to send. WalMart or other discount stores are a good place to shop for most of the items. Do not send 100% milk chocolates, they will all melt before arrival.

      7. Add a personal note. For example, that you are proud of their performance; wish them best wishes; that thoughts or prayers are with them, and wish them speedy and safe return. Avoid any comment on the geo-political aspects of their effort, we remain apolitical, and are doing this because we support the individual soldier, not dialoging about the pros and cons of national policies. Again, thank you on behalf of the service member who will receive this package. If you need further information go to www.anysoldier.com.

      8. Individuals who desire to make a financial contribution to the Support Our Troops Program should make their checks payable to the Sarasota Military Officers Scholarship Fund, Inc. (SMOSF), an IRS 501(c)(3) charity, which serves as the outreach arm of the MOAS. While any donations are appreciated, it is estimated that $50.00 will be the upper limit on preparing and shipping a box and as such is a good multiple for donation purposes. Please indicate on the Memo line that the contribution is for the Support Our Troops Program. Your contributions will be used exclusively for the SOT program. The SMOSF's Federal Tax Identification Number is 65-0883860 and the SMOSF is registered with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Registration Number CH19841. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.

      Send checks for our “Operation S-O-T" to the following address:
      MOAS Operation S-O-T
      COL Christopher F. White – US Army, Retired
      3657 Oak Grove Drive
      Sarasota, FL 34243
      white.christopher.f@gmail.com

      Revised 15 May 2017

  • What To Send or Avoid
    • What To Send Or Avoid
      We've attached a summary of Afghan weather. Notice the highs and lows; let's emphasize sending things that will meet needs - e.g. hot chocolate, coffee, and tea for December - March.

      Suggested Care Package Items (not in priority order)
       (Revised May 15, 2017)  
                                                                 
      SNACKS:  Cookies (home baked should be cushioned appropriately and not mixed in with perfumed items such as soap), Protein Bars, Slim Jims, Beef Jerky, Pringles, Trail Mix, gum, tuna fish (preferably in flexible pouches), mixed nuts, powdered (not liquid) packages of Propel, Gatorade or Crystal Light.  Winter Time:  Hot Chocolate, Coffee supplies (filters, creamer and sugar packets, instant coffee, coffee singles, tea bags).
                
      HYGIENE ITEMS:  Foot power, body wash, hand sanitizer, shampoo, soap, razors, shaving cream, baby wipes/cleansing wipes, hand and body lotions (no sun screen – have enough), lip balm, Chap Stick, eye drops, Q-Tips for cleaning ears/weapons, toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, mouth wash (if it does not contain alcohol).  Females need sanitary supplies, hair conditioner, brushes, combs, and lotions (non fragrant due to bugs).  Do not send aerosol cans, and do not write “toiletries.” 
                    
      OTHER NECESSITIES:  Socks – white tube socks (white, quarter length with no visible logo's), sandals, shower shoes, foam ear plugs, sleeping mask.
                   
      LEISURE ITEMS: Books, paperbacks, recent magazines – sports & automotive with emphasis on 20-30 year old readers.  Public library, garage sales as well as Goodwill are good sources for high-quality, inexpensive, used recent magazines and books, board games, card games, DVD, AA & AAA batteries.
                    
      ITEMS FOR INDIGENOUS KIDS:  FOR DISTRIBUTION BY TROOPS:  pens, pencils, crayons, art supplies, notebook, books (Arabic books are a huge favorite), individually wrapped hard candy, toys (with no nation-specific symbols).
                    
      ITEMS TO AVOID:  chocolate, calling cards (service not available in Afghanistan), fragrant soap, perfume, anything with pork or alcohol and aerosol cans.  

      Suggested Places to shop to fill the boxes: BJ’s, Sam’s, Walmart, Target, Bealls, Dollar Store, Goodwill or any other discount store.

      May you enjoy filling the box as much as the Soldier/Marine who receives it will appreciate your kindness.

      See reverse for Custom Form Information. To complete the Custom Form on line, visit our website at www.sarasotamoaa.com/support-us for directions.

      Updated May 15, 2017

  • Where To Send
    • WHERE TO SEND (22 APR 2017) 

      The formerly shown Army & Marine Unit addresses have been removed due to deployment.

      Most of the Units we support do have some limited female representation.  We recommend “unisex” packages that have something to eat, clean, or read. If someone wants to send a female package, that's fine, but things with strong fragrance should be carefully sealed so they do not contaminate other items. Packages intended for female soldiers should have a notation on the front, “For Female Soldier” and they will be distributed appropriately, upon receipt in the war zone. 

      The addresses to the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade have been pulled, since the unit is returning to the US. Thanks to all the great support you have provided over the past year that this unit served. We can assure you what a great morale boost it is to get one of the Care Packages. It says thanks for your service!! Their replacement units of the 4th Infantry Division Combat Aviation Brigade out of Ft. Carson, CO have been deployed and their addresses are posted below for your information! They will be looking forward to the support you will provide them.

      IMPORTANT: If you have any boxes with the "old" addresses, please replace them with the new addresses below and destroy any of the old address labels.
      Any questions, call Chris White at 941-355-6320, email: white.christopher.f@gmail.com 

      CSM Mark Brock
      MOAS Support the Troops
      TF RAPTOR, 16TH CAB
      APO AE 09354

      CSM Mark Brock
      MOAS Support the Troops
      TF WARKHAW, 16TH CAB
      APO AE 09355

      SPMAGTF 17.1 CE
      Attn: PAO USMC
      Unit 89033
      FPO AP 96610

      24th MEU DET 1 CE
      Attn: PAO USMC
      UNIT #80177
      FPO AE 09508-7700

      Maj Kendra Motz USMC
      PAO, Task Force Southwest
      Camp Shorab
      APO, AE 09354

      Updated 24 July 2017
  • Conduct An SOT Drive
    • Conduct A Drive
      Church, Club or Business


      John and Carol O’Brien gathered up their volunteers and on Veterans Day the team handed out 200 boxes at the ceremonies at the conclusion of the city Veterans Day parade.

      RBC Centura Bank, Fruitville Ave. branch, recent effort RBC Centura Bank initiated and sponsored an SOT drive that yielded 40 SOT boxes. The Bank had customers bring in requested items, bank employees boxed them, and MOAS shipped them off to the Troops. The Bank even hosted a reception to show their support; posing in the picture are Bank employees, MOAS Committee members, a US Army member, and customers. Well Done, RBC Bank.

      Memorial Day

      Report from John & Carol O'Brien, who headed up the effort Memorial Day SOT was a great success.   We set up in the same visible location as last year, the ceremony MC noted our presence, and we had a great turnout of volunteers with Jon and Mary Gordon, Len Friedlander, Joe and Nicky Dovener, Ray O'Connell and friends from Lakewood Ranch Hurricane Preparedness, Mike and Patt Staley (frequent YAHOO guests). We handed out 210 kits. The public, as last year at the Veteran's Day Parade, was very supportive and thanked us for making this available to them. 

      Thank You YMCA



      Troy Scott (Past president) presents honorary membership to Mary lee Young of the YMCA for promoting the Support Our Trops (SOT) program. Lynn Williams of the YMCA looks on.

      Please consider initiating support at your church, club, business, or organization
       by taking on the role of "coordinator". We believe that folks truly want to give more support to our troops, as they sacrifice on foreign soil in this war against terror. We also believe folks are just waiting to be shown an organized, effective way to give this support. So, your leadership can make a difference, and multiply your efforts, as you encourage others in this important community program.

      First, familiarize yourself with the information in this S.O.T. web site. Then contact your church, club, or organizational leadership to describe the program, the needs of the troops, and the need for the sponsorship of the (church).  (Remember, this is not about partisan politics - avoid that. It's about supporting our troops!)  Suggest that the  S. O. T. Program will also make it easier to send packages to church members and relatives in the military.

      Secondly, suggest you'll take the lead to to organize a convenient location for members to pick up necessary information and supplies - perhaps after church. Provide posters and information for a church bulletin and announcement from the pulpit (see links in the left panel for suggestions). Consider a club/church program that focuses on a repeating effort - perhaps a monthly emphasis. This web site will keep military unit addresses updated as they change.            

       Florida Chapters of Daughters and Sons of the American Revolution

       Barbara returned from the Colonial Dames XVII Century state meeting of  the Florida Society where she made a presentation on the Support Our  Troops project to the delegates. Instructions, shipping labels and custom forms were passed out along with the boxes for shipping. A complete set  was given to representatives of each of the 20 chapters in the state society, who pledged to fill them and ship them to the adopted company.

      MILITARY OFFICER'S ASSOCIATION OF SARASOTA  (M0AS)
       Nancy and Milton Thrasher at the June 2005 MOAS Meeting. They got the program off to its successful start at MOAS.



  • SOT Displays
    • S-O-T DISPLAY

      Please consider setting up an S-O-T Display in your foyer. It simply consists on an S-O-T Display Board, Poster and information sheets (located under S-O-T Drive), Priority Mail boxes and labels. The Display Board can include response letters from the Troops as well as addresses of your church members serving in the war zone.    

      If you’ll give us a call, we’ll help set it up by providing information sheets, boxes and labels.    

  • Sponsors
    • SPONSORS
       A “sponsor” is a person, organization, or business who will, on a continuing basis, support “Operation S-O-T” by encouraging the shipment of packages and/or by providing material support to this project. Those known to have an S-O-T Display are so marked.

      A BIG  "THANK YOU" TO THESE AND OTHER SPONSORS
      McCallister's Restaurant, 8110 Lakewood Ranch Main Street, has a S-O-T Display & boxes at the entrance to the restaurant. The Staff is promoting the program.
      Friends of N. Sarasota Library, Dr. Cheryl Smith, President 57 Tavern, 17th St, Sarasota (They organized a supportive Rib Fest & sent S-O-T Boxes)
      Bee Ridge Presbyterian Church,  4826 McIntosh Rd., Sarasota
      Nolan Middle School, Lakewood Ranch
      "Knit-N-Sew" Ladies Mission Group, Presbyterian Church of the Covenant, Sarasota
      Navy League 
      Moose Lodge 608
      Heritage Oaks Country Club
      Sam Ash Music Store, N. Sarasota.
      Mike Riber, General Manager Mike Riber, Sam Ash Music Store, 3rd from Left, with SOT Committee Co-Chairs (from left)
      Don Cunningham, Jim Hesson, and John O'Brien, with the donated guitar, inscribed: "MOAA, Sarasota, Florida Chapter & Mike Riber, General Manager, Sam Ash Music Store, Sarasota, Fl PRESENTED TO THE CHAPLAIN, 2nd BATTALION, 2nd MARINES – “WARLOARDS”.
      RBC Bank, Fruitville Road Branch
      Michael J. Guthrie | Lead Information Systems Engineer The MITRE Corporation | McLean, VA
      Lillian Ridgeway, Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, 423 St. Armands Circle, Sarasota
      Full Gospel Businessmen International (FGBI), Sarasota Chapter
      DAV  Chapter 16 Orlando
      Dr. Kevin Larkin, Dental Offices
      Inlets Condominium Association, Nakomis
      Sarasota Visitors Bureau
      Incarnation Church (Military Ministry), Sarasota   (S-O-T Display)
      Sarasota YMCA
      Kiwanas, Sarasota Chapter
      Manatee Florida HOG (Harley Owners Group) Chapter, Steve Bonanno, Director
      Findaddy's Sports Bar & Grill, 935 N. Beneva Ave (Sarasota Commons), Sarasota
      Community Foundation of Sarasota County, Victoria Leopold Fund
       Mrs Michelle Golden, owner, "In-between Bridge Club", and Club Members, Sarasota
      Mrs Vincent Castell and Mrs Danuta Drozynski, for ongoing encouragement and support.
      US Post Office outlet at Jack's Office Supplies, 17th St, Sarasota
      Attorney Randy L. Merritt, Esq., 5023 Ringwood Meadow, Sarasota 34235 (S-O-T Display)
      Meadows Country Club, Sarasota, (John Leinaweaver, Food & Beverage Manager)
      Vytonorganics, Sarasota
      Friends of Selby Library, Sarasota
      Friends of Fruitville Library, Sarasota
      First United Methodist Church, Sarasota
      Colonial Dames XVII Century in Florida
      Florida Chapters of Daughters and Sons of the American Revolution
      Republican Clubs of Sarasota County
      Church of the Palms, Sarasota (S-O-T Display)
      Covenant Life Presbyterian Church, Sarasota (S-O-T Display)
      St. Martha's Catholic Church, Sarasota
      Church of The Redeemer, Palm Avenue (S-O-T Display)
      Christian Coalition of Sarasota County
      Suncoast Evangelical Association (SEA)
      Church of the Nativity, Sarasota (S-O-T Display)
      St Boniface Episcopal Church, Sarasota (S-O-T Display)
      Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Sarasota
      Sports Authority, Sarasota and Corporate
      Grace Baptist Church  (S-O-T Display)
      Beverly Schwed from Alba, Texas
      Church of the Saviour United Methodist, att:  Dr. Cathy Johns, Cincinnati, OH
      Garret Lloyd King, Country Musician w/musical tributes to our troops  http://garretlloydking.com/purchase_MOAS.php 
      Calvary Chapel, Sarasota Progressive Employer Services, Sarasota, Fl

  • News From The Troops
    •  News From Our Troops









  • Feedback From The Troops































  • FAQs
    • FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

       Can I just address a package to "Any Soldier" and the unit address?
        - - - No, the Post Office will not accept such a package for mailing. However, packages addressed to "Commanding Officer, (name of unit) " and the unit address will be accepted.
       
      Can I put together a package that is geared to our female soldiers? - - - Yes, that would be helpful, if the unit has female soldiers attached. If you do this, include extra identification on the outside of the package - "For Female Soldier".
       
      Is the list of "What To Send or To Avoid" upgraded regularly? - - - Yes, based on feedback from the troops.

      For Postal Service FAQ's see https://www.usps.com/ship/apo-fpo-guidelines.htm

      Can I donate money? - - - Yes. Individuals who desire to make a financial contribution to the Support Our Troops Program should make their checks payable to the Sarasota Military Officers Scholarship Fund, Inc. (SMOSF),  an IRS 501(c)(3) charity, which serves as the outreach arm of the MOAS.  While any donations are appreciated, it is estimated that $50.00 will be the upper limit on preparing and shipping a box and as such is a good multiple for donation purposes.  Please indicate on the Memo line that the contribution is for the Support Our Troops Program.  Your contributions will be used exclusively for the SOT program.  The SMOSF's  Federal Tax Identification Number is 65-0883860 and the SMOSF is registered with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, Registration Number CH19841.  A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE.  REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE
      Send checks for our “Operation S-O-T" to the following address:

      MOAS – Operation S-O-T
      COL Christopher F. White – US Army, Retired 3657 Oak Grove Drive Sarasota, FL 34243 white.christopher.f@gmail.com

  • Veteran HELP Links
  • Shipping Costs
    • Shipping Costs


      We always appreciate financial help to ship boxes from special drives. Although individuals sending boxes generally pay shipping charges directly, MOAS has on occassion picked up shipping for a few special drives, as a support incentive. Due to the wonderful success of these special drives, MOAS has expended several thousand dollars to cover shipping. So, we're asking for your help to replenish these funds. See the above "Information Memo" for details of where to mail these tax-deductible donations. Thank you in advance for your help to Support Our Troops

      Please consider "networking" to encourage SOT support. We all belong to Associations, churches, Bible studies, organizations, clubs, homeowner's groups, etc. Your Bank will often conduct a drive! Consider mentioning the needs of our troops and ask for help. And, family members will often come aboard and help. It's important that we regularly look for ways to expand the SOT base of support; the need is urgent.

THEY'VE ASKED FOR OUR PRAYERS

"Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands. Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless acts they perform for us in our time of need. Amen."

Contact Information:
COL Chris White, USA (Ret)
MOAS Support Our Troops Chair
3657 Oak Grove Drive
Sarasota, Fl 34243
(941) 355-6320
white.christopher.f@gmail.com

Alternate Contacts:
George P. Tracy
MOAS Past President
(941) 907-9865


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