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As many of you already know, on June 24, 2010, forum member AMiller (Pvt. Andrew Miller) was killed in action serving his country in Afghanistan (See related story HERE). Andrew Miller was a Canadian medic serving with 2 Field Ambulance that was based in Petawawa, Ontario and serving in Afghanistan with the Task Force Kandahar Health Services Unit.

The family has requested that donations be made to the Military Families Fund. The Ranger Station would like to make a donation on behalf of Pvt. Andrew Miller to this fund. We were initially going to ask that donations be submitted online HERE, but we found that the online payment is only set up for Canadian residence.


If you are a resident of Canada and would like to donate to this fund using the link above, we would like for you to place "TheRangerStation.com/Pvt. Andrew Miller Military Families Fund" in the box where it says "Name of Fundraising Activity".

If you are NOT a resident of Canada and would like to donate, we have set up a donation button below. The donations are being handled by The Ranger Station Forum Staff Member Ryan Titcomb (AKA Sasquatch_Ryda) who is a resident of Terrace, British Columbia, Canada.

We will be collecting donations until August 31, 2010. After that date Ryan will transfer the Paypal donations and submit them to the Military Familes Fund on behalf of "TheRangerStation.com/Pvt. Andrew Miller Military Families Fund".

It would be great to see all of our members take a moment and make a donation in honor of Pvt. Andrew Miller.

Thank you,

Jim Oaks

UPDATE: In the month of August we raised $766.86 via web donations for the Military Families Fund. Thank you for your support!


Killed in action was Private Andrew Miller from 2 Field Ambulance, based in Petawawa, Ontario. He was serving in Afghanistan with the Task Force Kandahar Health Services Unit.