It’s going to get swelteringly hot in Iraq and Afghanistan in the next few months. A South Florida organization is working to help U.S. troops stay cool when temperatures climb above 100 degrees. America’s Moms for Soldiers is working to put together more than 5,000 care packages with items like hydrating powder drink mixes, eye drops, lip balm and snack items not affected by the heat. The group’s founder says soldiers carry 90-pound packs in temperatures that can reach 130 degrees. America’s Moms for Soldiers is hoping businesses and civic groups will sponsor a minimum of 100 packages. You can donate at