About Operation Gratitude
Operation Gratitude is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that sends care packages and letters to individually named U.S. troops deployed in Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Korea, and onto military ships all over the world.

This organization was founded in March 2003 by Carolyn Blashek to support U.S. Troops serving in some of the world's harshest locations and is funded entirely by private donations and staffed exclusively by volunteers. Its mission is to lift morale, bring a smile to a service member's face and to express to all troops the appreciation and support of the American people. For safety and security, the assembling of packages occurs at the California Army National Guard, 746th QM BN Armory in Van Nuys, California. Since its inception in 2003, Operation Gratitude has delivered more than 71,000 packages to American troops stationed overseas.

To learn more about Operation Gratitude, visit www.OperationGratitude.com.

About Jeep Commander
The 2006 Jeep Commander expands and strengthens the Jeep lineup, which consists of Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Liberty and Jeep Grand Cherokee. The introduction of the Jeep Commander signals the Jeep brand's commitment to remain the leader in the SUV market, a market that Jeep invented more than 60 years ago.

The Jeep Commander is designed to meet the needs and expectations of Jeep buyers. Unlike other SUVs on the road today, the Jeep Commander is the first seven-passenger 4x4 that is Jeep Trail Rated(R), and it is the only SUV in its class to offer a choice of two V-8 engines.

The Jeep Commander includes the highest level of safety and security technology and features ever offered on a Chrysler Group vehicle. Introduced for the first time on the Jeep Commander, standard side-curtain air bags with a roll detection system deploy airbags in certain rollover and side-impact situations. Additionally, Electronic Stability Program (ESP) and Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM) are standard on Jeep Commander.