UNITED STAES - Home-Movie.Com announces the launch of Operation Enduring Love - a project designed to connect friends and family with their loved ones deployed overseas in Operation(s) Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.

This free offer, available through HomeMovie.Com's Afiniti program, allows families and friends to send their love around the world in a way never before possible.

Understanding that many deployed troops in Iraq and Afghanistan have not seen their family and friends in weeks, months or even years, Operation Enduring Love allows friends and family to share up to 30 minutes of personal video footage through the HomeMovie.Com Web site. The families' tapes will be converted into Streaming DVD - a technology that allows entire videos to be streamed and watched over the Internet in a password protected, DVD-style interface.

The deployed serviceperson may then watch the video from a broadband capable computer as many times as they like for an entire year, taking them briefly away from the conflict and back home.

This outreach has already captured the imagination of many other people who are showing their support for this worthy program.

According to U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, "Operation Enduring Love is a unique way to help connect our servicemembers overseas with their families here at home. It's a touching example of how technology can bridge the distance and help unite the many families that are sacrificing for our country."

For more information, please visit (www.homemovie.com) or contact (877) 576-8777.

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