VoIP: Helping Military Families Stay In Touch

EVERYONE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE'S CENTRAL COMMAND to the troops on the ground in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere are enjoying widespread use of VoIP to affordably communicate with families, loves ones, while keeping America safe. Troops can participate in weddings, visit with newborns and participate in family events. Soldiers no longer have to choose between serving their families and serving their country. One Army General observed that efforts to connect troops and families using VoIP represent the single greatest boost in morale for the troops in the past 25 years. (Source: Freedom Calls Foundation.)