Ukraine Crisis

Operation Jolly Roger

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F3 MCIA is launching Operation Jolly Roger to locate and rescue children caught in the ongoing Ukrainian crisis.
 
F3 MCIA will be utilizing former Intelligence and Special Operations personnel, each with decades of experience conducting identical operations.
 
Our objective is to deny Human Trafficers the opportunity to kidnap children displaced, separated, and orphaned by the current crisis by locating these children first and ferrying them to safety.
 
Children recovered possessing U.S. citizenship, or with U.S. citizen family members seeking to sponsor citizenship will be delivered to the U.S. Department of State. Children not fitting these criteria will be delivered to vetted Nonprofit organizations aiding refugees.

Operation Jolly Roger was named in recognition of Operation Peter Pan. The Jolly Roger was Captain Hook’s ship, which would eventually be captured and used by Peter Pan to ferry the lost children of Neverland back to be reunited with their family.

Operation Peter Pan was an operation carried out in 1960 to save Cuban children from Castro’s communist regime as it came to power. 14,000 unaccompanied children arrived in the United States where they would be adopted by U.S.-based family members and charity organizations until they could one day be reunited with their parents.

Now in 2022, F3 MCIA is undertaking the same operation by ushering Ukrainian children to safety as both chaos and death overtake their country.

F3 MCIA is launching Operation Jolly Roger to locate and rescue children caught in the ongoing Ukrainian crisis.
 
F3 MCIA will be utilizing former Intelligence and Special Operations personnel, each with decades of experience conducting identical operations.
 
Our objective is to deny Human Trafficers the opportunity to kidnap children displaced, separated, and orphaned by the current crisis by locating these children first and ferrying them to safety.
 
Children recovered possessing U.S. citizenship, or with U.S. citizen family members seeking to sponsor citizenship will be delivered to the U.S. Department of State. Children not fitting these criteria will be delivered to vetted Nonprofit organizations aiding refugees.

Operation Jolly Roger was named in recognition of Operation Peter Pan. The Jolly Roger was Captain Hook’s ship, which would eventually be captured and used by Peter Pan to ferry the lost children of Neverland back to be reunited with their family.

Operation Peter Pan was an operation carried out in 1960 to save Cuban children from Castro’s communist regime as it came to power. 14,000 unaccompanied children arrived in the United States where they would be adopted by U.S.-based family members and charity organizations until they could one day be reunited with their parents.

Now in 2022, F3 MCIA is undertaking the same operation by ushering Ukrainian children to safety as both chaos and death overtake their country.