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Project Valour-IT
(Voice-Activated Laptops for OUR Injured Troops)
In memory of SFC William V. Ziegenfuss

Project Valour-IT, in memory of SFC William V. Ziegenfuss, provides voice-controlled software and laptop computers to wounded Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines recovering from hand and arm injuries or amputations at major military medical centers.  Operating laptops by speaking into a microphone, our wounded heroes are able to send and receive messages from friends and loved ones, surf the 'Net, and communicate with buddies still in the field without having to press a key or move a mouse. The experience of CPT Charles "Chuck" Ziegenfuss, a partner in the project who suffered hand wounds while serving in Iraq, illustrates how important this voice-controlled software can be to a wounded servicemember's recovery.

The group of Army bloggers supporting Valour-IT are:

American Soldier
Wild Tangents
Random Thoughts
Keep My Soldier Safe
Most Certainly Not
My Life As A Military Spouse
One By One The Vultures Pick Away At My Sanity
Sgt. Hook
Some Soldier's Mom
Not Exactly Rocket Science
Just My Opinion
By The Way...
The Pink Flamingo Bar & Grill
Winds of Change
Iraq War News
When the Smoke Clears
Pumpkin Sky
Right-Wing of the Gods
Literal Thoughts
Target Center Mass
Mr. Black And White
Texas Music
Southern By Blog
Shulz Infosystems
It's My Dime
Shared Daily
Pajama Pundits
Laughing Wolf
Logic Times
The Makaha Surf Report
Thunder And Roses
Knowledge Is Power
Eric's Grumbles
Sagas of an Inflight Missle Repairman
Lincoln Park Regulars
Joe Citizen
Redneck's Revenge
Guidons, Guidons, Guidons
Sons of the Republic
Parkway Rest Stop

If you joined the Army-side of this competition to help our heroes and I don't have you listed, please send me the blog post URL of your Valour-IT post.

Update:  Bloggers supporting the Army should go here to be linked by Soldiers' Angels.

Update 11-04-05: Navy pulls ahead.  Must be those retired pilots flying commercial.  Or all that money they made on betting on the Army-Navy game last year.  Come on, Army!!!