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Military Spouse of the Month

President Bush with Amy Palmer on March 10th 2006.
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Operation Homefront Executive Vice President Amy Palmer was among a select group of individuals invited to attend a private meeting with President George W. Bush on Friday, March 10, at The White House.

Mrs. Palmer is an Air Force veteran who, since 2002, has devoted her time and talent to Operation Homefront's mission of supporting our troops by helping the families they leave behind. “I was honored to be included among this impressive group of individuals representing some of our country's most patriotic nonprofit organizations.” With 26 chapters in 20 states, Operation Homefront is one of our country's largest nonprofit organizations dedicated to assisting U.S. military families.

Prior to her association with Operation Homefront, Palmer was founder and CEO of the Armed Forces Foundation. Palmer is married to Air Force Captain, Joseph Palmer with 15 years active duty, currently stationed at Randolph Air Force Base. She currently resides with her two children in Schertz, Texas.

About Operation Homefront
Operation Homefront is a non-profit organization that provides assistance to military families while service members are deployed. With 26 chapters nationwide, we support our nation's troops by allowing military personnel to focus on the demands of their duties abroad. Operation Homefront also operates CinCHouse.com, the largest online community of military wives and women in uniform. For more information, please visit www.operationhomefront.net