Our Mission

The Ten Seven Club is dedicated to the date that America was cast into a perpetual and endless state of war in Afghanistan (10/7/2001) by a self-castrated political body…The United States Congress. Our mission is to unite Veterans of the Global War on Terror and their civilian allies who are dedicated to ending American involvement in our endless wars in the Middle East and bringing our troops home.

-Dan McKnight, Chairman

Ten Seven Club Mission

The Ten Seven Club is dedicated to the date that America was cast into a perpetual and endless state of war by a self-castrated political body…The United States Congress. Our mission is to united Veterans of the Global War on Terror and their civilian allies who are dedicated to ending American involvement in our endless wars in the Middle East and bringing our troops home.

– Dan McKnight, Chairman

 

Friends,

There’s hearing about something, and then there’s seeing something.

I met up with my local armorer Eli to show off the Springfield Armory Saint Victor AR-15 that we’re giving away for Christmas.

I’ll leave it to Eli to explain all the bells and whistles on this “limited edition” rifle, but I feel comfortable saying it’s as worthwhile as anything I held in my hands when I served in Afghanistan.

And as an added bonus, we’re throwing in a M600DF Scout Light. That’s a total retail value of $1,450!

All it takes to get your name in the running is to join the Ten Seven Club, our official supporters’ group.

A $10 monthly donation is enough to qualify, but if you really want to make a difference, bump it up to $15 or even $25. Every penny goes to passing “Defend the Guard” bills, and our organization is ramping up for the next year’s legislative sessions.

There isn’t a greater cause happening right now, or a better way to support our men and women in uniform. We can bring our troops home. We can restore the U.S. Constitution.

But we need your help to do it. Go become a member of the Ten Seven Club today, and it might be your name we announce on December 6.

-Sgt. Dan McKnight
Chairman, Bring Our Troops Home

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