The ‘stuffing party’ took place at Fort Belvoir on Oct. 22 and also included family members of the Northrop employees. The two-gallon ziplock bag packages contain international calling cards, toiletries and entertainment items.
“The enthusiastic, dedicated group of volunteers here today reached a milestone in Northrop Grumman’s support to this incredibly important program over the past eight years: We filled our 300,000th care package,” said John R. Landon, Northrop Grumman’scorporate vice president.
Northrop has hosted numerous stuffing parties since partnering with the USO in 2003.
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