#FlashbackFriday: 66 Years Ago, the Exchange Welcomed Hungarian Refugees to the U.S.

On Dec. 9, 1956—66 years ago today—President Eisenhower announced that 15,000 Hungarian refugees would be allowed to enter the United States after Soviet troops crushed an uprising in Budapest. Operation Safe Haven, also known as Operation Mercy, began. Thousands of refugees were transported from Munich, West Germany, to Camp Kilmer, N.J., which was renamed Camp…

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Watch the Exchange on TV During the Army-Navy Game

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Operation: Call Out

Exchange Chief Operating Officer Jason Rosenberg recognizes star associates from each region in this monthly customer service showcase.